14 December 2016
Charity Cake Sale for Toilet Twinning
On November 29 King’s College geography society organised a cake sale in aid of a charity called Toilet Twinning. The charity raises money to improve sanitation in some of the poorest places on the planet.
The geography society thought it was important to support this charity. 2.4 billion people don’t have safe, clean and hygienic toilets. That’s more than a third of the people on the planet.
Sixth Form geographers Charlie Agbo and Imogen Keeling introduced the idea to the whole school at an assembly. They organised and managed the fundraising event, selling tasty treats to staff and pupils, raising £175.
With these funds we can twin four King’s College toilets with four others in poverty stricken areas, to help provide improved sanitation for a small community. Look out for a toilet twinning certificate showing the location of our twinned toilets coming to a washroom near you!