We welcome support from people and organisations
Fundraising by the wider community including schools, local business, individual members of the public, groups and organisations remains essential to the delivery of our project. We recognise the importance of joined up working and how this provides a holistic approach for the people that we support.
Our projects are not always completely funded by our grant funders, and we must secure other funding to be able to deliver these projects and other much needed items and facilities. Fundraising received from the community is used for project funding shortfall and to top up our hardship fund. Our hardship fund allows us to fund clothing, identification documents, gas/electric, items to set up a home, travel and fresh food to prevent decline and extreme poverty.