Fareham College students have hosted a charity dinner in aid of Wave 105 Cash for Kids, a charity which aims to make a real difference to the lives of children and young people across the South.
The charity event was organised by Fareham College’s Hospitality and Catering students, who managed the event, served the guests and prepared all of the food in Avenue 141, Fareham College’s award-winning silver service restaurant.
Students on the course are taught by expert tutors and prepared for a career in the industry by covering everything from food production and culinary skills to drinks service, licencing and event management.
To raise additional funds for the charity, a silent auction took place during the evening, contributing to the overall funds raised which will go towards alleviating poverty, supporting disability and improving quality of life in the South.
Faculty Director, Ashley Michael said: “We have been overwhelmed by the support we’ve received from local businesses, suppliers and stakeholders of the College, in terms of both donations and time given. We’re extremely proud of our students and I would personally like to thank them all for the dedication and enthusiasm they have shown in hosting the dinner this evening.”
The students were also joined by Wave 105 presenter, Andy Jackson who attended the evening, along with Wave 105’s Charity Manager, Sam Tanner and Charity Fundraising Executive Eleanor Hughes.