Essa Academy pupils give 300 tins of soup to homeless

From left Dean Carney, Essa Social Capital Leader Maia Delaney, aged 14, and Saviour of Souls founder Tracey Fenton

From left Dean Carney, Essa Social Capital Leader Maia Delaney, aged 14, and Saviour of Souls founder Tracey Fenton

First published in News

Kind-hearted young people at the Essa Academy took time out to think of those less fortunate than themselves.

Pupils at the Great Lever school donated more than 300 tins of soup to Saviour of Souls, which helps people who are homeless.

The charity took delivery of 363 tins of soup which the organisation says will make “such a difference” to the lives of numerous people.

Children brought in a total of 363 tins of soup when they took part in a non-uniform day.

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3:54pm Fri 21 Feb 14

steveG says...

They have soup coming out of their ears but no house.
They have soup coming out of their ears but no house. steveG
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