Sometimes it’s easy to think that giving just a small part of what we have and who we are won’t make much of a difference, and that’s certainly true if we act alone. Today, students and teachers at my school laid a total of 640 feet of coins,
stretching from the College’s Memorial Arch, to the chapel, and back again.
Whilst each contribution may not have amount to any significant sum, the total amost certainly will.
The idea was the brainchild of the College’s charity coordinator, Fiona Hallworth, here seen sweeping up the coins after the 640 foot line was complete:
The takeaway from this brilliant idea, which turned into a memorable way to raise money is this: don’t discount your small contribution, but make sure that whatever you can give, find a group of like-minded people who feel the same way as you. When you do this, you can achieve amazing results that really can bring significant change.
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