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Charity Fundraising



Charity Fundraising

Fundraising plays an important part in the life of The Granville. From an early age, we teach that every one of us can make a real difference to the lives of others.  Everyone is encourage to participate in projects for the benefit of others and to raise money to help those less well off than they are.

The Granville’s commitment to fundraising and raising awareness  of those less fortunate is closely linked to our PSHCE curriculum.  We believe this is an intrinsic part of each child’s educational development and enables them to play a more developed role within the wider community.

Charities supported by pupils, staff and parents in the last few years include:-

NSPCC, Hope Refugee School on Jordan, The British Royal Legion, World Vision, Kent Air Ambulance, Hospice in the Weald, Think Twice, Breakthrough Breast Cancer, The Kusasa Project, Valence School, Marie Curie Cancer Care, Royal British Legion, British Heart Foundation, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Red Nose Day Appeal, Demelza House, Children in Need, Pembury Hospital Hedgehog Appeal, Diabetes UK, J.E.T., Haller Foundation, Meningitis Trust, Haiti Appeal, Alice Project, Whizz Kidz, Penshurst Church Roof Appeal, Samaritans Purse – Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Appeal, Sevenoaks District Council Christmas Light Appeal, Disaster Emergency Committee Typhoon Appeal.

Operation Christmas Child 

Every year the school supports Samaritan’s Purse  with Operation Christmas Child.


Operation Christmas Child is an initiative of Samaritan’s Purse – a Christian relief organisation.  It is the world’s largest Christmas project, bringing joy into the lives of children who need them most in some of the toughest parts of the world.  An army of dedicated volunteers give their time to ensure the shoeboxes are delivered to where they need to go.

Staff and pupils fill shoeboxes with small gifts of toys, sweets, stationery, toiletries, gloves, hats, scarves, bracelets and necklaces etc.  The box are covered in Christmas paper and labelled indicating the age group and whether for a boy or girl.

Thanks to everyone for their generosity in supporting this very worthwhile project.