Year 11 Sponsored Zumbathon for ‘No More Traffic’

Year 11 pupils from Glenlola Collegiate identified ‘No More Traffik’ as their chosen charity for fund-raising this year.  ‘No More Traffik’ are a charity that raises awareness of the issues of human trafficking.  They are a Belfast-based charity who want the public to know that although human trafficking is a worldwide epidemic, it has found a home in Northern Ireland.  There are many people in this country who are forced into labour, sexual exploitation or domestic servitude.







Pupils at Glenlola Collegiate raised a total of £2000 which was presented to Cheryl Jenkins, from No More Traffik, at a recent assembly in the School.  A large majority of the money was raised through a sponsored zumbathon which was held on Friday 15 February.  Special thanks must go to Lisa for her support in this event.  The pupils thoroughly enjoyed the zumbathon and thanks must go to Lisa Darragh who gave of her time to take the pupils through their paces.  Casey Moody raised the most money and 11E were the top fundraising form class.  Money was also raised through the School’s annual House Dance competition and a non-uniform day.