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Money raised for UNICEF

Well done to our Student Council who organised a Jersey Day to support the UNICEF ‘Day for Change Campaign’.  The theme of this year’s campaign is ‘help protect a child in danger’.  UNICEF is currently working in refugee camps to provide food, clean water, healthcare and education to more than 2 million Syrian children who have been forced from their homes.  The Student Council raised £872 for this very worthy cause and would like to thank everyone for their support

Non-Uniform Day raises money for NSPCC

Proceeds raised from non-uniform day were presented to Jennifer Hobson from the NSPCC Charity. Included in the photograph are Simon Rolston and Rachel Dynes along with Mrs Hetherington. Mrs Hobson was delighted with the donation, a grand total of £268. Many thanks to all who took part.


Shelter Box Appeal

Gerry Boyle, President of Dungannon Rotary Club and Joan Gormley, shelterbox Co-Ordinator NI, visited ICD to recognise the volunteering work of Hannah Fulton and Sarah McKernan who were involved in street collections for the Shelter Box Appeal at the Linen Green. A cheque for £106 was also handed over for the Shelter Box Appeal by the Student Council who raised the money at a KS3 Christmas disco. The money raised will help in countries dealing with the aftermath of natural disasters.


Year 8 sponsored silence for Trocaire


Joseph O’Neill from Trocaire receives a cheque for £1000.00.  Proceeds were raised through a student fast and a year 8 sponsored silence.  Top fundraisers for Trocaire were Joel Scott, Sheena Mitchell, Kelly McManus and Kelly-Louise McKinney.

Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child

Year 13 volunteers organised a collection at Integrated College Dungannon for Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child.  Due to generous donations from students, parents and staff 77 shoeboxes were packed with gifts and £190 was collected towards the transportation costs. Samaritan’s Purse is a Christian relief and development organisation which works through local churches to proclaim and demonstrate the love of God to children and families in need across Africa, Eastern Europe and Central Asia.The Year 13 group of volunteers would like to thank Helen Brown for coming to ICD to collect the gift boxes and to thank all those who contributed to the appeal. ‘The power of your simple gift will fill a child’s life with joy this Christmas.’

ICD Social Action Team in Romania during summer 2011 leading a school summer scheme, giving out food parcels and doing practical work


Year 8 Special Welcome Assembly with local clergy

 Hamper Appeal

The Compassion Project recently received 20 hampers from the Social Action Committee at ICD to be given out to the local community in Dungannon. Every Form Class at the College kindly donated food to make a hamper.The Compassion Project within the Vineyard Church aims to create a sustainable support system which tackles the root causes of poverty, injustice and isolation. This project has also formed links and partnerships with a variety of other community groups and statutory agencies, such as Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council, St Vincent de Paul, Sure Start, Social Services, Help the Aged and Women’s Aid.


The Social Action committee has set their fellow students the task of raising one million pennies for charity during this academic year. The Charity of the Year for 2010-11 is the Dalit children.

Mr Ravin Royer from the Dalit charity outlined the plight of the Dalit children to students in a recent assembly. He explained that the money raised will be used to build schools in India. ICD students will be able to contribute to the charity via collection boxes which are located in each Form room. The Social Action committee wish to remind students that every penny donated will help us to achieve our targetIn addition to supporting the Dalit children, each year group and the Social Action committee will be organizing events for a range of other charities each month.

So far this term students have supported the Heartbeat Trust, New Beginnings and the Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice.

Thank you for your support.

Seanan Cummings, Chairperson of the Social Action committee, donates the first penny to the college’s One Million Pennies appeal.


ICD recently raised £1500 for the NEW BEGINNINGS charity. The money build a new water pump for the New Beginnings village. To read more on how the money was raised click on this link