Holy Family Charity Work

A full range of fundraising events takes place throughout the year at Holy Family, from events organised by form groups to whole school events and participation in national fundraising events.  Some of the events that we have participated in have included - cake sales, Fun runs, sponsored events, Year 7 sleepover, and Macmillan coffee and cake mornings to name just a few! Since September 2021 we have raised £10,438.09

Holy Family looks for every opportunity to live out its Mission Statement as a Catholic school.

December 2023

On Thursday 21st December, we had our Christmas market and money raised was for a charity called #kNOwKnifeCrime which was set up in memory of an ex-pupil of Holy Family, Colin McGinty.  The charity raises funds for Knife Savers bleed control packs and provide outreach in local schools and youth groups. 

On 14th December the Year 7 annual ‘sleepover’ raised almost £4000 for the Indian Hope Orphan Project.

November 2023

Just to let you know the Krispy Kreme Donut Sale on Friday 17th November 2023 raised £159.24 and the Maths Quiz raised £53.

The 6th form nominated charity is 'Cardiac Arrest in the Young'. Your support is greatly appreciated.

October 2023

10th October - #HelloYellow World Mental Health Day -  Student wore a yellow item with their school uniform for a small donation on the day.  We raised £672.62 for YoungMinds.

May 2023

Sixth Form are be hosting a DONUT Sale on Thursday 25th May at Break Time. Cost of Donuts is £1.20 each

December 2022

We raised money by selling Christmas cards in support of Alder Hey Children's hospital.

On the 15th December the Event Ops group organised a Pensioner’s Christmas party.

On the 12th December, our choir went to the Royal Liverpool Hospital and sang to raise funds for Christmas presents for patients.

On Thursday 8th December, Year 7 pupils took part in our annual Year 7 Sleepover. The aim of  the sleepover is to raise money, via sponsorship, for the Indian Hope Orphan Project.

 Y7 Sleepover

September 2022

On September 30th, we had our first SEND Coffee Morning in school and decided to tie it in with the Macmillan Coffee Morning. "The World's Biggest Coffee Morning" is Macmillan Cancer Support's biggest fundraising event. Each year, people in the UK and worldwide host their own Coffee Morning to raise funds for the charity.


The event in school was well attended and we raised a lot of money for the charity.

March 2022

Thank you to the Sixth Form Student Leadership Team, who co-ordinated a collection of items in support of #StandWithUkraine for Polish Integration Support Centre. We were overwhelmed by the response and minibus full of donations was collected to support this appeal.

December 2021

Thank you to everyone who donated to our Foodbank Christmas Appeal. We delivered lots of food and gift hampers to families and charities in our community, and to the Whitechapel Centre in Liverpool.   A special thank you to Silcox Villa Junior Football Club for their generosity and the beautiful gift hampers they donated.


Well done to our Art students who have raised £200 for the Whitechapel charity from selling the beautiful Christmas cards they made.


On Friday 24th September 2021 Sixth Form raised £311.80 today for Macmillan by taking part in their annual cake and coffee morning. The student leadership team organised the event and did a great job! Thank you to everyone for your support. 

Staff at Holy Family are taking part in the Liverpool Rock 'n' Roll 10K, half marathon and full marathon.

We’re raising money for Ward 3B because it saves children’s lives.

The words ‘cancer’ and ‘oncology’ can seem scary enough, but when you hear them about your child, they’re devastating. You suddenly enter into an unknown world of chemotherapy drugs and treatment regimes, all the time wishing that this wasn’t happening.

But happen it does and fortunately that’s where Alder Hey’s Oncology/Haematology Ward 3B comes in. All the staff there are truly amazing, caring for and supporting the children and their families throughout their difficult and unpredictable journeys.

That’s why staff from Holy Family Catholic High School are running for Ward 3B: to raise as much money as possible to help this ward continue to do its life-saving, soul-saving work.

Please support us if you can by visiting https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/holy-family-catholic-high-school

Doughnut Sale – 26th May 2021

On the 26th May, a group of girls from our 6th Form organised a doughnut sale in aid of ‘Fight Bladder Cancer’ during Bladder Cancer Awareness Month. They chose the charity after being contacted by a bladder cancer Specialist Nurse from Broadgreen Urology Unit.

The sale was a success and they managed to raise £170, of which, all proceeds are going towards the charity to raise awareness, support medical research and campaign to affect policy and bring about change in treatments for bladder cancer. Thank you everyone for all your support and contributions.



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