Rebecca’s business challenge helps out.

13 year old Haute Vallee student Rebecca Noke is being praised for her tireless efforts in raising money for a home that cares for severely physically disabled Islanders. Rebecca has been involved in a range of fund raising efforts to support Jersey Cheshire Home and she has been particularly active in giving her backing to the £2 million Big Build extension and refurbishment project. The youngster is passionate about helping out because her father Paul Noke has lived at the home for just over three years. She has just finished raising money as part of the Channel Islands Student Business Challenge, where Rebecca was half of a two-person team named Funky Creations that designed a range of coasters, rings, earrings and key rings to sell at a host of events and venues. Part of the Funky Creations range included Jersey Cheshire Home branded key rings. As a result of her efforts, Rebecca raised £230 for the charity.

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