There are many different ways you can support and get involved with The George Oliver Foundation. We are a 100% voluntary organisation and so all support goes directly to the projects we are supporting. We fund projects that help disadvantaged children and young people in the UK and abroad, you can read about current projects here
Creating your own fundraising event or sponsored challenge is a great way that anyone can help George's Foundation. However big or small, we always welcome any support! We are registered with Just Giving so you can simply set up a page for your own event. Even the smallest amount of fundraising is a huge help.
Click here for more info on how you can use your own fundraising ideas to support The George Oliver Foundation. Thank you!
You can donate direct by direct bank transfer, via Just Giving, through payroll giving or by cheque.
Regular donations by standing order are also a big help, the smallest amount really does add up!
For further details on the ways to donate click here
SPREAD THE WORD
The more people that know about us, the more we can achieve! You can help us do this. Just by sharing our story and website with people you know, telling your friends on Facebook, following us on Twitter or wearing our t-shirt, you can help us to build George's Foundation. We really appreciate the support.
When we put on a main fundraising event we are always looking for willing volunteers to help out in many different capacities, as well as donations of raffle prizes. If you think you can help in either of these ways please do get in touch! email@example.com You can read about our recent events here
We are always looking for new and effective organisations to support. So if you know of a charity that works with children and that would benefit from our support please encourage them to get in touch.
You can read about our application process here and download the Application form here. You can email The George Oliver Foundation on firstname.lastname@example.org
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