Peterborough students sell cakes and samosas to help orphans

A sixth-former at St John Fisher Catholic High School has raised £500 for Human Appeal- a global charity that dedicates its time and resources to help those less fortunate around the world, including orphan children who fled Syria to escape the warzone.

Saturday, 1st July 2017, 1:00 pm
Updated Thursday, 31st August 2017, 3:24 pm
The presentation.
The presentation.

Mueen Kabir recruited fellow students Bongani Luwemba, Fred Cook and Zeeshan Waseem to help him sell homemade cakes and samosas.

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“We managed to raise £500 and presented the money to Human Appeal on Salaam (Peace) Radio 106.2 FM when they came to Peterborough, said Mueen. “Salaam Radio is a Peterborough based radio station that aims to promote community cohesion in bringing people together. I hope that our efforts to will inspire others to do the same.”