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Challenge Times for Young Entrepreneurs.

September 28, 2018

 

 

Crackerjacks are delighted to announce their new project to raise funds for young children who are differently able from around the UK.

The Fundraising Fifty Project was launched during September 2018 and challenges young entrepreneurs from  local schools in Kidderminster, Stourport and Bewdley to turn £50 into £1000 by using their business and management skills. 

 

 

The project is aimed to give young people an insight of how to handle money and to see their investment grow knowing that their hard efforts will be supporting a worthy cause.

 

We currently have five school on board that have accepted the challenge

 

WYRE FOREST SCHOOL

BAXTER COLLEGE

STOURPORT SCHOOL SIXTH FORM

THE BEWDLEY SCHOOL SIXTH FORM

KIDDERMINSTER SCHOOL

 

The project will conclude with a closing awards ceremony to be held at Kidderminster Town Hall on the 22nd May 2018 where the groups will be given the chance to present their achievements and receive their rewards.

 

We would like to say a BIG THANK YOU for everyone taking part in the Fundraising Fifty Project and will you all the very best of luck with your efforts.

 

 

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