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Spotlight on… Fundraising

November 12, 2015

SFCS is well-known for being an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ adoption agency, and has an excellent reputation for its work with children, adults and families whose lives have been affected in any way by adoption.

However, what is less well-known is that we are also a registered children’s charity, and we rely on fundraisers, donors and volunteers to support our valuable work with vulnerable children and their families

There are a number of ways that our supporters can raise funds for SFCS – from running a marathon, through hosting a dinner party, to simply shopping online.

Some of our supporters like a challenge, and during this year alone, our fundraisers have undertaken challenges such as a sponsored skydive, a 500-mile cycle ride and a year-long walking challenge.

We are immensely grateful to all of these wonderful people, but you don’t have to be that energetic to support our work!   Why not host a Dinner4Good Party at home, encouraging your guests to donate the money they would have spent on a night out to SFCS?  Or how about getting the kids involved with a bake sale or a talent show at their school?

If this still sounds too much like hard work, we can make things even easier for you!  If you’re a regular internet user (and who isn’t these days?), you can raise funds for us as you browse the internet and shop online – without it costing you a single penny.

We have accounts with easyfundraising.org.uk and easysearch.org.uk, and all you have to do is register with them and indicate your wish to support us.  Then you can sit back, surf the web, and relax in the knowledge that you are supporting our work with vulnerable children and their families. And if all else fails, you can simply make a donation

You can find more information about all of these fundraising initiatives on our main Fundraise page.  Please get in touch with us and find out how you can get involved.

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