Women to develop plans to boost charities
Children's charity campaigner Camila Batmanghelidjh is the keynote speaker at a young people's leadership conference in Bath this weekend.
The founder of Kids Company will be attending the annual Young Leaders' Conference at the Royal High School.
She will be joined by record-breaking polar explorer Ann Daniels and Helen Fraser, chief executive of the school's parent body the Girls' Day School Trust, and a former managing director of Penguin Books.
The conference brings together high- achieving young women from all over the country and the task they will be set is to develop plans to raise awareness and funds for four major charities.
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Over just 48 hours, around 140 pupils in 12 teams will be briefed on the charities they are to support, and will develop plans for a fundraising event and a marketing and awareness campaign for them.
The four charities are Breakthrough Breast Cancer, Camfed, CLIC Sargent and Whizz Kids.