On Thursday 10th November, Arundel House hosted their annual House Fundraiser. This year, they supported the charity CPotential, which provides integrated tailored therapy and support to children and young people with movement disorders, due to conditions such as cerebral palsy, global development delay or acquired brain injury.
House Captains Wilf and Wilf chose to focus on the incredible LEGO therapy the charity use to develop social communication skills and also fine motor skills and coordination. Fundraising activities included a collection on the gates to dress up in the colours of the letters L.E.G.O. and a lego-portrait competition. The competition was fierce but well done to our winning entries, featured here. And thank you to everyone who donated, helping to raise £400 for this incredible cause!
You can read more about the fantastic work of CPotential at https://cpotential.org.uk/.