Tag Archives: Charity

CLC Abroad: Amira Fateh and Omid-E-Mehr

One of the photos taken by Amira of the girls' artwork.

Over the summer,’Empower Her Voice’ founder Amira Fateh volunteered at the Omid-E-Mehr rehabilitation centre in Iran, working with young women and girls who have suffered and continue to suffer with domestic violence. We caught up with her and asked her to tell us about her amazing experience, and the impact it has had on her.

The Children of Calcutta


As seen in Pegasus Pages (June 2013).

By Shree Ganguly

In the 1990s, over 55 million children were born in India. If those 55 million children survived, today it is likely that over 50% of them would be living in poverty. Everyday it amazes me that there was a one in two chance that I could be on a very different side of that statistic and although I haven’t lived in India for many years, it was one of the reasons for why I was very keen to revisit my birthplace and to try to make some kind of a positive impact.

Community Service at Cheltenham Animal Shelter


As seen in the Gloucestershire Echo on Saturday, 13th April, 2013.

By Samantha Goh

At lunchtime every Wednesday, a troop of six girls from the College will, armed with packed lunches and compassion, head down to Cheltenham Animal Shelter.

Pegasus Pages Raises Charity Funds

Pegasus Pages

By Becky Todd

As seen in the Gloucestershire Echo (Monday, 21st January, 2013).

Last term, The Cheltenham Ladies’ College’s Journalism Society published a school newspaper and sold it to their peers, members of staff, parents, and members of the public, raising almost £200 for charity.

The team of around 30 girls, led by Naomi Morris Omori (Editor-in-Chief) and Eseosa Omorogbe (Deputy Editor), who undertook the task of editing, designing, and printing the papers, were overjoyed at the volume of copies that were sold and money raised.

Fundraising Fun at The Nom Nom Games and The Challenge

By Charlotte Jiang

This article also appeared in the Gloucestershire Echo on Monday 3rd December, 2012.

This half term CLC girls have been rearing to go, organising charity fundraisers for the Six College Charities which College has chosen to support this year, and a Mongolian orphanage which girls are visiting on an outdoor ed. expedition in 2013. On Saturday 10th November, the CLC International Society hosted a fun event: ‘The Nom Nom Games’. Based around international cuisine, not only was it a chance to try the flavours of the world, but it also gave the girls the option to participate in what promised to be a very exciting set of games! Girls were already assigned a continent and given a food passport. They then participated in groups (continents) for the various games, which included Sweets in the Socks and Chubby Bunny.

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