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SFCS launches Let’s Eat!

September 25, 2017

We’re heading into October, and following the success of last year’s inaugural campaign, we are once again hosting Let’s Eat!

At St. Francis’ Children’s Society, we know how important getting together with your friends and family is. This campaign allows you to celebrate family and friendship whilst raising funds for your favourite children’s charity.

The idea is simple. You organise a meal or other get-together with your nearest and dearest and, in return for your hospitality, they make a donation to SFCS. Not bad for a meal out!

All monies raised from this campaign will go towards supporting the vulnerable children we work with. Our adoption support services are available to any family which adopted through SFCS, regardless of how recently the adoption took place. Many of our support services are dependent on donations and the fundraising efforts of our supporters. So you can really make a difference by getting involved with Let’s Eat!

Your Let’s Eat event could be…

  • A picnic in the park
  • A ‘bring and share’ lunch at work
  • A bake sale in your community
  • A meal at home with family
  • A casual brunch with friends…

It’s entirely up to you!

This campaign is organised to coincide with all of our National Adoption Week activities.  Whilst National Adoption Week runs between 16th – 22nd October, we’re inviting you to get involved with this special campaign at any time throughout October.

We have put together a special fundraising pack for anyone who may be interested in hosting their own Let’s Eat! event. The pack is full of ideas and tips for making your event a real success, and includes other resources such as invitations to send to your guests.

To find out more about how to get involved in Let’s Eat! and request your special fundraising pack, visit our Let’s Eat! page.

We hope you’ll get involved and we look forward to hearing about your foodie events!

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