Fundraising

Annual Day of Action - Friday, 30th November

What will YOU do this year? Clean the house… Assist the elderly…No PlayStation…No mobile phone…No TV…An hour of exercise…

Collection in Aid of School Designated Beneficiaries:

Donegal Alzheimer Society | Carndonagh / Donegal Hospice

All money must be returned to RE teachers no later than Monday, 3rd December.

Day of Action 2018

Day of Action Raises €7,000 for Charity

Day of Action 2017

Day of Action Fundraiser Presentations photo album

The Annual Day of Action fundraiser once again greatly reflected the generosity of the school community, and Inishowen in general. The school's designated charities - Derry & Donegal Hospices, Donegal Alzheimer's Society & SVP - were presented with €7,000 in total. A huge debt of gratitude is owed to all who contributed in any way to the school's 2017 fundraising effort.

"Sponsor a Bulb" Proceeds Presented to Carndonagh Hospital

Sponsor a Bulb CCS 2017

On Monday, 18th December, Connor Doherty (Fifth Year) presented Finola McColgan (Carndonagh Hospital) with the proceeds of the school's "Sponsor A Bulb" fundraiser. Many thanks to all members of staff who contributed to the fund.

Colour Run Raises €550 for Jigsaw

Colour Run Jigsaw

Pinch, punch start of the month! Gringotts Bank (TY) kicked off March with a splash of colour by holding a 5k colour run at CCS in aid of Jigsaw. On Wednesday, 1st March, First, Second and Transition Year students were seen racing around the school in white, dodging buckets of paint being thrown at them by a few gleeful teachers. The run managed to raise a great sum of €550 for Jigsaw, a very worthy cause that our school has been working very hard for all year. Thanks to everyone who took part and helped with organising and picture-taking. We couldn’t have done it without you. – Gringotts Bank

A Bow-tie-ful Day for Cycle Against Suicide

Cycle Against Suicide Balloon Release

Bow-tie-ful Day for Cycle Against Suicide photo album

Bow-tie-ful Day video

On Friday, 17th February, schools across Ireland went orange for Cycle Against Suicide (#SchoolsGoOrange). CCS went a step further by organising a "Bow-tie-ful day". Over 600 bow ties were made and the majority sold by First Year pupils Caitlin Monagle, Mary Mullen and Aine McKinney. The money raised from the sale of the bow ties will be donated to Jigsaw, an organisation providing mental health advice and support for young people. The activities are part of an overall drive to achieve Ambassador School Status with Cycle Against Suicide. Many thanks to Laura Cobo Ibanez and Mrs. Yvonne O'Brien for the photography.

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