Bushey's Immanuel College pupils go blonde to raise cash for Chai Cancer Care

Adam and Rafi.

Adam and Rafi.

First published in News Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

Two pupils from a Bushey school dyed their hair this week and have raised nearly £4,000 for a cancer charity.

Immanuel College lower sixth form pupils, Adam Ellis and Rafi Kennard, both dyed their hair blonde to raise money for Chai Cancer Care.

The boys decided to dye their hair after Adam’s mother Sara was diagnosed with breast cancer in the summer of 2013, and Rafi’s brother was diagnosed with Hodgkins lymphoma.

The 16-year-olds said: "Both of us wanted to do something different and out of our comfort zone whilst raising money for a fantastic cause."









The boys have raised £3,769 to date. To donate visit: http://www.justgiving.com/Adam-Rafi

Chai Cancer Care provides professional and expert care to members of the Jewish community affected by cancer whether it be patients, their families or friends.

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