The Level 1 group made and sold Christmas cards and held a raffle as part of their Business Enterprise unit.
“The students did a lot of research on the work The Children’s Trust does, and that spurred them on to raise as much money as they possibly good,” said tutor Denise Portman.
“They worked exceptionally hard, and I know they learnt a lot during the process. I’m proud of them, and we’re really grateful to the students and staff who donated.”
The students sold raffle tickets and their cards at college on November 23. The draw was held on December 3, with the two prizes both won by Nescot staff members.
The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury, and provides expert nursing care, rehabilitation and education, as well as working in research and policy development.