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SMILE: Hope in the Community

Smile £10 Challenge

For the past four years, Hope Primary have been involved with ‘The Windmills Foundation’ through its Smile £10 Challenge.

It is a national programme that allows young children the opportunity to get involved by fulfilling their potential, maximising their skills, building their confidence and leaving a lasting legacy by making a difference in their local communities.

We have focused on working with Year 6 children however this year, we have expanded to include year 5 children.

The challenge consists of using their combined skills, talent and relationships coupled with a donation of £10 to make the world a better place by creating a sustainable difference in their wider community. 

The only rule is a simple one; they cannot give the £10 away. The challenge is about developing a project to make others smile.

SMILE…

Sharing my skills and talents with others
In a way that is 
meaningful and really excites and motivates those involved


Designed to have an impact in the local community ensuring it leaves a 

legacy


Benefits Everyone 

 

Examples of the Smile £10 Challenge over the years have included:

  • Serving lunch to all members of the Friday Lunch Club and holding a raffle as well as entertaining them with songs
  • Washing cars from Knowsley Community College and donating the proceeds to Princes Primary School (a special needs establishment)
  • Organising a bingo afternoon for members of the local community centre 
  • Designing and painting a mural in Hillside Community Centre
  • Holding a Teddy Bears’ picnic for the nursery children at Hope
  • Organising a staff bingo, a quiz and cake decorating with the entry fee of a donation to the local food bank 
  • Baking cakes and performing a talent show at Feltwood Manor Residential Home

Feedback from the recipients of the Smile £10 Challenges:

‘Thank you so much for the smiles that were put on all of our faces.  The oldies loved it and they said how polite and well-behaved the children were.’

– Lyn from St Luke’s Church

 

‘The children have had us in stitches and tears today.  They were amazing and a credit to the school.  We really appreciate being thought of and the tenants enjoyed themselves.’                                                      -Sharon from Feltwood Manor 
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