By Rob George Tuesday 16 October 2012 Updated: 16/10 16:35
CARING students at Droitwich Spa High School raised more than £500 to support two more good causes with a series of activities.
The Standard reported three weeks ago about the £193.56 which was raised through donations and a non-uniform day for the Blue Cross animal charity.
And the kind-hearted students have continued there charitable efforts and handed over cheques for £297.67 to Danemere Animal Rescue and £210.86 to Birmingham Cancer Unit.
As well as the non-uniform day, the teenagers also made and sold cakes and sweets inside the school. They also had some cakes, sweets and games donated to them by staff.
Representatives from each charity visited the school to talk about their work and help raise awareness of the causes for all the pupils.
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