College wins cash for bursaries

STUDENT Tashomi Balfour collects his Level Three Diploma in Youthwork from Trudy Kilcullen of the Jack Petchey Foundation at a ceremony that celebrated the academic achievements of the Custom House-based YMCA George Williams College.

Tashomi later went on to entertain fellow students and guests with his saxophone playing to close events that saw the college receive a �30,000 cash gift from the Jack Petchey Foundation to fund student bursaries.

The college made a donation to the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. The donation was raised from sales of a set book used by the College, written by Senior Lecturer Dr Brian Belton.

To find out more about the Youth and Community courses on offer at the YMCA George Williams College, contact Judith Skinner, Outreach and Development Manager on (020) 7540 4934 or email j.skinner@ymca.ac.uk or visit the College website at www.ymca.ac.uk


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