Leeds teenagers ran charity event

ORGANISERS: Bethany Denison and Elliot Carroll who organised a fundraiser at Leeds City College.
ORGANISERS: Bethany Denison and Elliot Carroll who organised a fundraiser at Leeds City College.

GENEROUS STUDENTS from Leeds City College’s 14+ Apprenticeship Academy have helped raise more than £1,000 charity.

Bethany Denison and Elliot Carroll, both 15, organised a charity event to aid the Nephrotic Syndrome Trust (NeST), which helps people with the protein condition.

They approached businesses to donate raffle prizes for a do at Park Lane Campus, which also included a dance performance, a band and catering, all by year 11 students.

Bethany, who suffers from Nephrotic Syndrome, said: “The money raised will hopefully go towards finding a cure for this debilitating condition.”

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