Our activities reach over 34,000 children and young people across Maidstone, Medway and Swale. Although we do charge schools a small amount for some of our activities, the rest of our costs are covered entirely by voluntary contributions. To ensure that as many schools as possible can continue to access our programme of activities, we need your help!
Although we are unable to acknowledge all of our generous supporters here, we are so grateful to all the individuals, community groups, businesses and charitable organisations that support our work, including:
KCC Cllr Paul Cooper for his contribution to our tech fund enabling us to update our laptops for key staff.
South East Water Maidstone and The Weald Community Fund for their grant towards the delivery of our Money Management Courses.
All the local churches who invite us to talk to their congregations throughout the year.
There are lots of different ways you can fundraise for us from shopping online, organising a tea party or taking part in an adrenaline-fuelled challenge.
Whatever you choose to do, you can be assured that the money you raise will be making a huge difference to our work in the local community as we seek to inspire the next generation to explore Christianity.
From time to time, we host our own fundraising events which you can support. This includes our annual Christmas show which takes place in local churches in December.
If you have a fundraising event you would like us to promote, please let our team know so that we can help spread the word!
Give as you Live – shop online at your favourite stores and they will donate a varying percentage of your spend back to us at no extra cost to you!
The Family Trust Shop - our Christmas Card shop is now closed. Please check back again later in the year.
You can support our work by making a donation either online or by post.
£25 a month could help subsidise the cost of a Christmas Show for one local school.
£5 a month could cover the costs of bringing a Collective Worship assembly to around 260 children.
£100 could help provide resources for use in our classroom-based workshops.
£40 could help pay for a secondary school student to receive 1-2-1 mentoring for a whole term.