We rely heavily on voluntary donations to fund our vital work. Whatever you feel able to give really will make a difference.
With the increasing cuts in funding and the extreme competitiveness to secure funds from national trusts, it makes our job each year much harder. We really appreciate any contribution you can make and of course so do the families that benefit from using our services.
The following services are delivered free in the community:
Our full time Education Advocacy Service cost us approximately £3,500 per month, to provide much needed independent advice and casework support around issues such as exclusions, school transfers, statementing etc.
It costs us nearly £800 to provide counselling and emotional support to 16 young people each week.
Our training workshops for parents can cost from £300 – £800 per session and are a powerful tool for empowering parents and their families.
£3 a month could help pay towards learning resources for a child in our supplementary school.
£5 a month could pay towards a youth project activity day for a small group of young people.
£8 a month could help pay for a reading support lesson for a child.
£15 a month could pay towards the cost of emotional support for a child experiencing difficulties in school.
£25 a month could support the Education Advocacy Service providing free advice and casework support to families whose child may be at risk of school exclusion.
£100 could pay for an inexperienced parent to join a CARAF Centre SFSC parenting course.
Please donate by clicking on our donate button below.