A group of students from Oakland Catholic School in Waterlooville have taken on a business challenge to raise money for Faith and Football charity.
I spoke to Earl Babaran back on 25th February to give him the opportunity to explain exactly what the group of budding business men are doing.
The whole challenge is like a competition in different areas of of country including Portsmouth and Plymouth, the whole idea is to see which group makes the most money from their projects and all monies raised goes to the Faith and Football Christian Charity, where the funds will help children who are not as privileged as most children in the UK.
The winning group will also win a trip to Goa and experience how life is for the children they are trying to support, not only does the charity help the less fortunate in other countries they also help children in the UK too, by holding football matches and after school events, such as assisting with reading and writing.
Earl’s team who are called Sky View concentrate on media work and photography shoots as well as parties and sporting events, for a bunch of fourteen year olds they are in the mindset to win this competition.
For more on what Sky View do go to their website