Fundraising to Support Local Schoolgirl

Little Trinity Nursery in Kidderminster is busy fundraising in support of a local schoolgirl who has been recently diagnosed with leukaemia. An eight-year-old Hunnie Morris, a pupil at Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre, was diagnosed with leukaemia, which is cancer of the blood, in December. Little Trinity Nursery Manager, Miss Gaynor Carter, said: “We heard about Hunnie’s diagnosis through Holy Trinity as two of Hunnie’s classmates and Hunnie’s older sister are organising an event to raise money in support of children fighting leukaemia and we wanted to help.” To support the school’s fundraising event planned for Tuesday 30th January, the nursery, which is based within the grounds of Holy Trinity School, has been selling cakes and orange hats, as the leukaemia ribbon is orange, to nursery parents, and wanting to support the initiative, one nursery parent and the owner of local restaurant Kaya Thai Food in Kidderminster has offered to donate £2 from every order received this week to help boost the children’s enterprising fundraising event. All funds will be donated equally to Birmingham Children’s Hospital and the Princess Trust, which is based at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital. Added Miss Carter: “Our parents as always are very supportive, and we are extremely grateful to Mr O'Brien the owner of Kaya Thai Food for his generosity. It’s a fantastic takeaway and offers Free delivery within 5 miles of DY10, so we are encouraging as many people as possible to take the night off, place an order and help support the children’s fundraising initiative!”