It is through the support of people in our community, local businesses, and volunteers that we are able to deliver our range of initiatives to disadvantaged children in our city. There are a range of ways you can get involved, be it by choosing us as your businesses charity of the year, donating through out Just Giving Page, or using your expertise to deliver enrichment activities at our school holiday sessions. If you would like to learn more about how you can get involved, please contact us at email@example.com.
How to Help
1. Encourage Links With Schools & Partners
We are continually looking to work with more schools and community venues across Stoke-on-Trent to expand our school holiday provision.
2. Donate Money and Items
Businesses like Michelin Tyres have helped to support our holiday provision through monetary donations.
3. #GetSocial and Spread the Word
Share our updates with your followers or tag us in a post to help let others know of the great sessions happening across Stoke-on-Trent.
4. Choose Us As Your 'Charity of the Year'
In 2021, the Lord Mayor Councillor Dr. Chandra Kanneganti chose us as one of his charity's of the year which will greatly help us to continue our great work across Stoke-on-Trent.
5. Donate Your Time
Companies such as Autonet Insurance delivered food parcels twice a week during lockdown for local families.
6. Donate a Day
Countless volunteers have donated their time and supported us by delivering food, made food/activity parcels, and used their skills to support our work.
7. Identify a Champion to Work With Us
Our champions are nominated through businesses and help to support our work in a range of valuable ways.
8. Sponsor a Holiday Session
Brayford Solicitors sponsored a holiday session in October half term 2021 which included activities, enrichment, and food for the children.
9. Help Us to Upskill Community Partners
If you offer training courses or are interested in donating to help us upskill and support local community venues, please get in touch.
10. Donate Your Business Services
Wade Ceramics, KMF Engineering, & Valentine Clays are three businesses offering their expertise through enrichment sessions.
It is through the help of businesses, organisations, and individuals across our city that we are able to grow our school holiday provision along with delivering numerous other initiatives aimed at supporting disadvantaged children in Stoke-on-Trent. Some of those who have previously supported us in a range of different ways, to who we say a massive thankyou, are: