Schools Work

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NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: In early 2015, Crossover were honoured to become the adopted charity for a number of schools in Brighton and Hove. Other schools soon also joined to help raise awareness and funds to the work that Crossover do.

Among the schools that have adopted and supported Crossover: Ilford and Kingston C of E Primary School, Windlesham Private School, St nicholas and St. Mary’s Junior School, Firle C of E Primary School and Brighton and Hove Junior High School for girls.

The schools have not only helped support Crossover, but have given them the opportunity to come in and perform assemblies to help teach the children about homelessness as well as what can be done to help those in need. Which at the schools, Crossover often provide affordable lunches from Kitty (the Crossover Catering Van) to the children. A common phrase has become catchy with the children:

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The projects that Crossover run with the schools offer an education in the importance of giving and help contribute to those less fortunate than themselves.

If you would like Crossover to visit your school, we would love to hear from you. Contact David Bolton: david@crossoverbrighton.org for more information or use the contact page.