Tragic story of teenage inspires fundraising drive
30 March 2016|Tottenham Hotspur
Those in attendance at our last home match with Bournemouth may have noticed staff and students from Highlands School, Enfield, holding a charity collection before the match.
The secondary school is local to our Hotspur Way training centre and has this year embarked on a fundraising drive for NSPCC Childline to aid the charity’s work in supporting young people suffering depression.
Highlands tragically lost one of its students, Spurs fan Frank O’Donoghue, in September last year following a lengthy battle with the illness.
The Club was therefore delighted to welcome volunteers to the Lane where they raised over £2,000 at the match thanks to the generosity of our fans.