We are six independent young women in year 10 from the Royal Masonic School for Girls, who are participating in the Wings of Hope Achievement Award, a social enterprise programme where UK students develop key transferable skills through running fundraising projects and events in order to help provide free education for children in both India and Malawi.

We chose to do WOHAA because we wanted to do something for our community, make the world a better place, and make a difference in times when everything is a little harder for everyone. We would love to be able to give children less fortunate than ourselves the opportunity to have an education which is often taken for granted.

We would really appreciate it if you could donate and support our cause. We will be running a variety of events over the next few months and hopefully, if we do well, we will be selected for the WOHAA Semi-Finals at the Houses of Parliament, win work experience placements or even a trip to India where we can aid disadvantaged children in their education.

Just £250 sponsors the education of a child in India for a year, and £150 sponsors the education of a child in Malawi, which is less than 70p and 50p a day! We really hope that you will help us help children get the education that each and every one of them deserves.

Thank you so much for your support,
Team Six Seagulls

Maaria Hashmi