Helping pupils to love to learn

Level Trust and Vauxhall Motors teamed up to provide over 700 children in Luton with vital learning resources packs.

Monday, 9th July 2018, 11:17 am
Updated Tuesday, 17th July 2018, 6:44 pm
Whipoperley Infant School pupils with volunteers from Vauxhall and Christian Iszchak from Level Trust

Twelve volunteers from Vauxhall helped the children’s charity create the packs and then deliver them to schools across the town.

The [email protected] packs are drawstring bags with things that children use for school, such as art and craft supplies, books, notepads, revision guides and a range of stationary.

Christian Iszchak, from Level Trust, said: “When a child’s family is struggling to make ends meet, they miss out on things.

“It’s absolutely fantastic that Vauxhall does so much to help us provide these children with the resources they need for school.”

They delivered 715 packs to 24 schools in Luton, next year they hope to make and distribute more [email protected] packs.

Cherie Denton, Vauxhall Community Coordinator, said: “We were pleased to help so many children whose families are finding things difficult at this time.”

During July and August, shoppers at Tesco can vote for Level Trust to win up to £4,000 to spend on [email protected] packs through the Bags of Help scheme.