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NCIC Students attend launch of Hospice Heroes campaign

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Year 12 and Sixth Form students from North Coast Integrated College attended the launch of the Hospice Heroes campaign at Sandelford School on Thursday 14th April. Here the group is seen pictured with Billy Webb MBE, Chair of the Hospice Board of Trustees and Catherine O’Hara, Local Fundraiser for NI Children’s Hospice.

The charity is hoping to raise awareness of the need to fundraise and recruit volunteers in the local area. North Coast Integrated College is committed to further this aim by supporting any fundraising initiatives as well as members of the student body having already signed up to offer their time to volunteer.

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