Six enterprising JFS hospitality and catering students have raised more than £500 for Chai Cancer Care, which provides comprehensive support and services to anyone in the community who has cancer.  Using the skills and knowledge learned on their course, they planned, organised and produced a school lunch
feast inspired by Roald Dahl’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. The six delivered cake and hot chocolate to their fellow students, who had to do the same as the book’s main character, Charlie Bucket, and purchase a golden ticket to gain access to the treats in store.  The students behind it, Matty Caplin, Olivia Curwen, Ari Grossman, Erika Moss, Ben Orenstein and Gabriella Sugarman, all 18, called it “Hospitality and the Chocolate
Factory” and raised the money for Chai’s specialised cancer support services.  Throughout their lunch break, they served hot chocolate and a variety of delicious cakes to hungry staff and sixth formers. Afterwards Ben Orenstein said: “The event went really well. We chose to raise money for Chai Cancer Care in memory of one of our teachers, Mr Angus, who sadly passed away from cancer recently.”