Archived Fundraising


Summer Term 2

This terms charity will be helping raise money for children with Special Needs.

PMGHS will be working collaboratively withimage fundraising Join in the 50p challenge. Send all your 50ps to raise money for our charity of 50pthe term.

Ramadhan is the month where blessings are increased and Allah has given us the opportunity to share with others the wealth he gave us.

“Spend (in charity) out of the sustenance that We have bestowed on you before that time when death will come to someone, and he shall say: “O my Lord! If only you would grant me reprieve for a little while, then I would give in charity, and be among the righteous.” – The Holy Quran, 63:10

Rainbow trust raised money


Preston Muslim Girls High School worked with Galloway’s-The Society for the blind to help raise awareness for the people who are visually impaired.

A variety of learning took place throughout this term for the girls to be able to feel empathy towards others around them. The school raised a total of  £2346.48 for Galloway’s.

PMGHS Community Fundraiser

December 12th: PMGHS was host to a community fundraiser that brought the Preston community together; the torrential rain did not dampen the community spirit.

It was a fun filled afternoon packed with activities and games.  The hall was occupied with stalls of hot and cold food, milkshakes, donuts, henna painting, face painting, desserts and plenty of other activities.

The school in total raised a fantastic amount of £4,000, with £1,200 going towards the refugee crisis.

Sponsored Staff Iftaar

Raising money has become one of Preston Muslim Girls High School specialities.To date we have raised money for local and international charities.This final summer term is no different.

A few staff members of non Muslim faith took the initiative of fasting on Friday 10th July. They used this opportunity to raise funds by taking part in a sponsored fast to raise money for this terms charity- helping Nepal and the Rohingya people Crisis.

Miss Burgess, Mrs Bettess, Ms Cooke, Mrs Latham and Mr Foster have collectively raised almost £700

The Muslim staff volunteered to put on a spread for the fastees and to break the iftaar together.The iftaar took place at the Deepdale Mill building of the School.


Children of Jannah

Children of Jannah are a registered charity to support grieving Muslim parents and families following the devastation of the death of a child or baby, whether through illness, miscarriage or stillbirth. Believing that children who die enter Paradise, or Jannah as it is known in Arabic, is a key message used in helping bereaved parents and families heal from grief.
This affects our learners as they too IA one day will become mothers of this great Ummah, or they could possible know of someone that has lost a dear one, and it is not always easy in our community to talk to someone and the feeling of loss and grief can be overwhelming especially if there is no one else that has shared the circumstance with the adult concerned.
To help raise awareness of the wonderful service this charity provides, the girls of PMGHS as part of their half termly charity helped raise money through multiple avenues, a sweet n treats sale, which ran a course of 4 weeks from 15th May to 12th June every Friday at break time at the time of 10.25am to 10.45am.

We raised a MA amount of £671.69.


Angel Welfare and Education Trust

Preston Muslim Girls High School have been fundraising for the Angel Welfare and Education Trust Charity this Spring Term.  To read more about this please click here.

In total we have raised a brilliant amount of £1387.57.


Rosemere Cancer

Preston Muslim Girls High School arranged a fundraising dinner at Maida restaurant in Blackburn.

Stalls were held, where everyone had the opportunity to buy merchandise, cakes and savouries before and after the meal.

The learners also held a small programme to highlight the importance of giving in charity and helping the community on a local and international level.

In total we have raised a fantastic amount of £3015.32.


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