Charity Work

A huge amount of fundraising for charity goes on in school every year. Students are unfailingly generous in wanting to support others. Numerous charities have been supported by the school recently including Orphan Hope, Aintree Bowel Cancer, Macmillan, Alder Hey Children's Hospital and Jospice. In addition to this Holy Family, led by the student leadership team, has been participating in a local food bank initiative to help those in need.

Holy Family looks for every opportunity to live out its Mission Statement as a Catholic school.


On Friday 24th September 2021 Sixth Form raised £311.80 today for Macmillan by taking part in their annual cake and coffee morning. The student leadership team organised the event and did a great job! Thank you to everyone for your support. 


Staff at Holy Family are taking part in the Liverpool Rock 'n' Roll 10K, half marathon and full marathon.

We’re raising money for Ward 3B because it saves children’s lives.

The words ‘cancer’ and ‘oncology’ can seem scary enough, but when you hear them about your child, they’re devastating. You suddenly enter into an unknown world of chemotherapy drugs and treatment regimes, all the time wishing that this wasn’t happening.

But happen it does and fortunately that’s where Alder Hey’s Oncology/Haematology Ward 3B comes in. All the staff there are truly amazing, caring for and supporting the children and their families throughout their difficult and unpredictable journeys.

That’s why staff from Holy Family Catholic High School are running for Ward 3B: to raise as much money as possible to help this ward continue to do its life-saving, soul-saving work.

Please support us if you can by visiting https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/holy-family-catholic-high-school


On the 26th May, a group of girls from our 6th Form organised a doughnut sale in aid of ‘Fight Bladder Cancer’ during Bladder Cancer Awareness Month. They chose the charity after being contacted by a bladder cancer Specialist Nurse from Broadgreen Urology Unit.

The sale was a success and they managed to raise £170, of which, all proceeds are going towards the charity to raise awareness, support medical research and campaign to affect policy and bring about change in treatments for bladder cancer. Thank you everyone for all your support and contributions.