FIVE members of Clydeview Academy's First Year Social Enterprise Team made slush drinks and sold them for charity.
As a result of their efforts, they were able to pass on a donation of £100 to Dreams Come True Inverclyde.
The members of the team were Cameron Murdoch, Steven Edmond, David Baillie, Niall Gallacher and Jack Grant.
Teacher Evelyn McKay said: “We were delighted to be able to help this very worthwhile local charity and the boys had great fun making and selling the dirnks in the school to raise the funds.”
Chris Jewell, local co-ordinator for Dreams Come True, also pictured, added: “It is always great when young people put themselves out to raise money for charity, and particularly for a charity which helps children their own age. We are very grateful to Cameron, Steven, David, Niall and Jack for raising these funds which will go towards making a dream come true for an Inverclyde child or young person.”
Dreams Come True is a national charity that brings joy to terminally and seriously ill children by fulfilling their dreams. All money raised in Inverclyde will stay in Inverclyde and make dreams come true for local Inverclyde children and young people.