Our Moving Soon appeal is gaining momentum through our “Buy a Brick” scheme in our efforts to raise some £1.5m for our new Therapy Centre.
Many are buying a “Virtual” brick for £5. We also have pledges to purchase BRONZE bricks for £100, SILVER bricks for £250, GOLD bricks for £500 each and PLATINUM at £1,000.
Help us in our moving soon appeal
to raise £1.5m
for our new Therapy Centre
“Buy a Brick” Scheme
just £5 for a “virtual” brick
or £100 for a Bronze brick, £250 for a Silver or £500 for a Gold brick
(these will feature on our ‘Roll of Honour’ wall in the new centre)
You can make a donation through our
Virgin Money Giving external website scheme
Please help us to make a difference – an hour a day, a day a year. All help is appreciated and gratefully received.
You could help with events
Before The Event
Baking cakes, making gifts, donating prizes and saleable goods, distributing posters in your area, folding raffle tickets, a million and one jobs which make it a great day
On The Day
Running the games, serving refreshments, manning a stall.
Just coming along and having fun
Other Ways to Help
- In-store collection days (in your area)
- Holding, supporting or advertising sponsored events
- Distributing information leaflets and posters
- Finding new outlets for static collection boxes e.g. Pubs/clubs, shops
- Selling raffle tickets, donating prizes
- Sign a gift aid form allowing us to claim tax back on your donations
- Pledge a regular donation through the GAYE scheme
- Pop in when you’re passing and buy yourself a bargain from our shop or just enjoy a cuppa.
You could help with
- General office work
- Answering the phone
- Grant applications
- Being friendly
- Sorting our shop
- Enriching our services
- Selling donated items on ebay
- Operating the chamber – free training given
Donate Online through Virgin Money Giving external website
We rely on donations and grants in addition to our fundraising efforts. Please give what you can. All help is appreciated and gratefully received.
South Wales Evening Post publisher Lisa Cameron with staff and clients at the Therapy Centre as they celebrate being chosen by Evening Post readers as the paper’s Charity of the Year 2015.