Firhouse Transition Year Students Raising Funds For Pieta House

Firhouse Transition Year Students Raising Funds For Pieta House
Firhouse Transition Year Students Raising Funds For Pieta House

A Special Education Teacher and a group of Transition Year students from Firhouse Community College took on the task of first building a garden shed from scratch. It was a student led project where all measuring, cutting, hammering, and painting was completed almost entirely by the students. With great enthusiasm and hard work, the students have completed the building phase of the project. The shed will be raffield off with proceeds going to Pieta House. 

Firhouse Transition Year Students Raising Funds For Pieta House
Firhouse Community College Principal Senan Nolan, Nessa Codd and Cllr Brian Lawlor.

The students chose Pieta House as the charity to get the proceeds from the raffling of the garden shed. The raffle was launched on the 3rd of December in Firhouse Community College. The project helps promote this very worthy cause and highlight the wonderful work of Pieta House. Also, while showcasing and celebrating the hard work, skill, determination and charity work of a very special group of students.

Firhouse Transition Year Students Raising Funds For Pieta House
Matthew O Driscoll and Trish Somerville.

To buy a ticket see www.idonate.ie/raffle/12959_transition-year-charity-garden-shed-build.html

Pic credit: MJ Photography 

Sarah Brooks

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