Due to the success of the programme, there is presently a growing waiting list of young people who have been referred by their Heads of Year. As such, we have now begun an active campaign to raise funds in order to meet this expanding demand.
Please help in the way that suits you best.
Donate by post
Cheques should be made payable to ‘Promise Foundation’ and sent to Promise Foundation, c/o QPCS, Aylestone Avenue, London NW6 7BQ
Fundraise for Promise Foundation and you’ll be helping young people from underprivileged
Involve your business
We love building relationships with local organisations. If your company wants to support a local charity who’ll make a direct, positive impact on your community and keep you involved, then we’re the one to contact.
We’re all about employability, community involvement and giving young people access to new opportunities. Not only will your donations help to keep us recruiting and supporting mentors, but our young people will also know that local businesses care about helping them thrive.
Sponsor a mentee
It costs about £250 to train and support each mentoring relationship. Any contributions towards this will ensure that you are kept up to speed with progress and invited to attend a celebration event at the end of the year. Could your company pledge £20 per month to sponsor one mentor in their work with a young person – or maybe more than one?
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Make a one-off or regular donation
If your company chooses to give directly from a charity budget, we’ll ensure it’s spent exactly as set out here, and keep you updated on the impact you’re having on young people’s lives. As you’ll know, donations to registered charities qualify for Corporation Tax relief.
You can donate online at our JustGiving page, send a cheque payable to Promise Foundation to us at QPCS, Aylestone Avenue, London NW6 7BQ, or set up a regular bank payment. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Get your colleagues involved in fundraising
Some of our corporate supporters run regular fundraising events ensuring everyone can get involved. They can range from easy stuff like cake sales, right up to the most out-there charity challenges – and if sky-diving, assault courses or mountain treks appeal, we can help arrange these through a reputable supplier.
If you’re planning an event or sponsored challenge, please contact our Project Director, Simon Marks, on email@example.com so that we can let everyone know. And don’t forget to take photographs and send them on to us!