We can't do our great work with young disabled people without the help of people like you. There are many ways you can get involved - find the one that's right for you.
There are lots of ways to raise funds in addition to challenges that we have done in the past – if you’ve got some ideas to get your creative juices flowing then pls contact us to discuss the ideas further. All of this will help to raise vital money for less fortunate children and young people who are in need of the right equipment and skills to give them active childhoods.
Give in memory
Giving a gift in memory of a loved one is a special way to support a disabled child. Every gift really does make a difference.
In memory donations are a great way to remember loved ones as well as helping to support the future of less fortunate children and young people. If you wish to speak to someone about giving in memory of a loved one, please send us an email or call us.
Give in celebration
Celebrate a next special occasion by asking your friends and family to help raise funds for less fortunate children and young people.
By asking your friends and family to donate to us instead of buying presents at a birthday, anniversary or wedding, you can enjoy your special day knowing that you are making a real difference to the lives of less fortunate children and young people.
Just £100 could help less fortunate children and young people with the basic needs such as a wheel chair.
Payroll giving (also known as ‘Give as You Earn’) is one of the most effective ways for you to support FOK. Payroll giving is simple to join and tax-free. This means for example, if you donate £3.90 in payroll giving per month from your salary your donation will actually be worth £5.00 to FOK — and better still there’s no extra cost to you. Sign up to payroll giving now.
How does it work?
Payroll giving (also known as ‘Give as You Earn’) is one of the most effective ways for you to support FOK by making a regular donation through your salary.
Payroll giving is simple to join and also the most tax efficient because donations are deducted before you pay tax.
For example, if you donate £10, only £8 comes out of your salary and the taxman pays the rest. Or if you're on a higher tax rate (40%), only £6 comes out of your salary and the taxman pays the rest