One students and staff took part in the Jeans for Genes campaign last Friday raising over £250. The money raised will go towards delivering inspiring projects and support services for children affected by genetic disorders in the UK.
Admissions and Marketing Manager, Frances Vickerstaff, said, "One supports a number of charity campaigns throughout the year and we encouraged everyone to support this event by wearing as much denim as possible.
She added, "This is an important cause as far as we are concerned and we are delighted to be playing our part in raising money for this excellent charity."
The money raised on Jeans for Genes Day provide grants for day-to-day support, equipment, nursing and patient support services, as well as funding projects that bring together affected children and their families.
After Jeans for Genes, next up for One will be the support of Children in Need where an annual quiz and other activities will take place in November.