Bab’s Babes donate wellbeing bags
Early Years students from across Forth Valley College have worked together to produce wellbeing bags for Stirling Women’s Aid.
The Level 5 Child Care class were working on a unit called ‘Working with Others’ with lecturer Barbara Johnstone, when they came up with the ‘Bab’s Babes’ title for their group to develop the ideas that they had.
The students involved were: Caitlin Henderson, Jasmine Morgan, Kathryn Neilson, Aleena Hussain and Kayleigh McLean from the Alloa Campus, Leona Brown, Brogan Kean, Catherine Johnston, Nicole Stewart, Sophie Fisher and Natasha Cuthbert from the Stirling Campus and Amy Morrison and Emma Struthers from the Falkirk Campus.
Barbara Johnstone, said: “I am very proud of them all, they have been brilliant. The group agreed to donate wellbeing bags to be given out to women who use the service. The bags contain shampoo, conditioner, toothbrush, toothpaste, razor, wipes, sanitary products, body wash, deodorant and a motivational quote. Other items have been gathered and will be donated at the same time, things like nappies, hairbrushes, baubles to name but a few.
“All the products were sourced by the class and donated by family and friends. In total 33 bags were put together and a tag with the Forth Valley College logo on it saying from ‘Bab’s Babes’.”
The bags will be delivered to Women’s Aid on Thursday 28 March.