Every year we choose a charity to support and have raised over £80,000 in the last ten years! Students spend the year putting on a number of different events to raise money for the charity.
Charity of the Year 2020/21
When cancer strikes young lives CLIC Sargent helps families limit the damage cancer causes beyond their health. They provide specialist support, to help and guide each young cancer patient and their family.
Please click here to see our Charity Launch Assembly
If you would like to make a donation please visit our Justgiving page. You can either click this link,
Stanborough School Charity Fundraiser 2020/21 – Justgiving Page
or scan the QR code.
Thank you, every donation made is gratefully received.
We have a number of non-uniform days and each year group organises a charity event. The year ends with our Festival on the Field in the last week of term.
In 2019/20 we continued to support the Ollie Foundation as we had forged close links and were keen to fully utilise its considerable expertise and resources in the area of teenage mental health issues.
In 2018/19 we supported two local charities; the Ollie Foundation and the Welwyn Garden City Centenary Foundation. We raised a total of £6,724.60
In 2017 we raised £7263.35 for Young Minds.
In 2016 we raised £10,042.69 for Herts Young Homeless (HYH).
In 2015 we raised £9,200 for Build Africa.
In 2014 we raised a fantastic £10, 180.84 for the Great Ormond Street Hospital charity.
In 2013 we raised £9032.14 for our charity of the year HAD: Hertfordshire Action on Disability.
In 2012 we raised £11,019.60 for our chosen charity which was Rays of Sunshine Children’s charity.
In 2011 we raised £12,000.00 our highest amount ever, for our chosen charity The Teenage Cancer Trust.
In 2010 we raised £8500.00 which was amazing which went to our chosen charity, the British Red Cross.
In 2009 we raised £5500.00 which went towards our new quad area.
In 2008 we successfully raised £4000.00 for the school. We used the funds for a new bike shed and playground markings, and the rest of the money went to our chosen charity.
In 2007 students raised £4500.00 for the school and Keech Cottage children’s hospice.
In 2006 we raised £5000.00 for the school and Guide Dogs for the Blind.