Syria Relief: work on the ground
Syria Relief was established in 2011 in response to the Syrian crisis and is the largest UK registered charity with a focus on Syria and direct operations in the country. Syria Relief has adapted to the prolonged crisis and expanded to implement a multitude of programmes including: Healthcare, Education, Winterization, Food security, WASH programmes, Emergency aid, Orphans support, Disability and GBV clinics.
This school charity was chosen by the children as it resonated with them to help other children in need. Many boys take the initiative into their own hands. Individual boys have made cupcakes and sold them, written and published and sold comics and made their own Sudoku challenges. Nothing speaks as loudly as a young child taking it upon themselves to help others voluntarily.
There are also several charitable projects that Falcons Pre-Prep support throughout the year such as the Poppy Appeal, Jeans for Genes Day and Red Nose Day. The children donate food and supplies every year for the Harvest Festival. On occasion, a class may support a local charity too, such as Reception recently hosting a tea party for their parents to support the Guardian Angels Animal Support Charity.
The Falcons Pre-Prep organise many events to raise money for Syria Relief including quiz nights and the Superhero Funathalon. To keep up to date with all upcoming events please visit https://www.jumblebee.co.uk/falconsboyspa.