Meet our CARITAS Ambassadors!
The Caritas team recently attended a special commissioning service at Salford Cathedral to become fully enrolled into their important new job. They have already started their missionary work through supporting MacMillan at our successful coffee morning. Watch this space for some exciting upcoming projects!
The Caritas Ambassadors attended a Caritas Festival at St Kentigern's Church back in autumn. The festival was a huge celebration of all the wonderful work our Caritas Ambassadors across Salford do in our schools and a chance to engage with and learn about all the different services Caritas provides. Bishop John attended the event and spoke to us about the importance of our role in making a real difference in our communities.
The CARITAS team were invited to Ordsall Hall to help them to make soup ahead of their Big Soup Share. The children dug up the vegetables, washed, chopped and prepared the soup. They had a great time and were great ambassadors for our school.
“I just wanted to write and let you know how delightful it was to meet and work with your children yesterday. They were some of the most engaged, interesting and focused people I’ve had the pleasure of meeting. They worked really hard and really well. To get soup made in that quantity (25 l) from scratch in under 90 mins is quite an achievement. Please pass on my sincere thanks for their brilliant company and super effort.”
- Joanna Greene, Head Gardener, Ordsall Hall.
Thank you to everyone who came and supported our Macmillan Coffee Morning. Your generosity raised and incredible £367.
Well done to our CARITAS Team for a successful first mission.