Donate to the ‘Tree of hope’


Give with a conscience

Please join us in making a difference to the lives of children and young people in Harrow and make a donation of between £10 to £500 to the Young Harrow Foundation ‘Tree of hope’.  You will receive a handmade bauble gift card that you can give as a particularly special stocking filler over the festive season as well as knowing that your gift has made a difference to children and young people in Harrow. If you or your business can donate £100 and over, you will join our Giving Community and receive a number of benefits including promotion and an invitation to an exclusive event at Harrow school on 12 December 2017.

Donate today at crowdfunder.co.uk/-ourharrow

A Special Star: £500               

Could help to fund ‘Arts for Life Project’ therapeutic sessions supporting children and young people with mental health issues for a whole year.

A Gold Bauble: £250

Could help to deliver a series of workshops for young people with autism or ADHD to learn how to channel their energy most positively.

A Silver Bauble: £100

Could help to fund an Ignite employment session, supporting young people with writing applications, improving their interview skills, and providing ongoing support to help them keep their job.

Green bauble:    £50                 

Could go towards funding an Ignite employment session, supporting young people with writing applications, improving their interview skills, and providing ongoing support to help them keep their job.

 Red bauble    £25

Could go towards delivering a workshop for young people with autism or ADHD to learn how to how to channel their energy more positively.

Blue bauble  £10

Could help to pay for paints and craft materials to help a young person express their feelings at an Arts for Life session.

 Young Harrow Foundation work with charities across the borough, who are delivering vital projects to ensure that children and young people can have a greater opportunity to fulfil their potential.

Currently they are facing tough decisions – reduce or close projects, and face turning away young people desperately needing support.  We need your help to secure these projects over the coming months to ensure that children and young people get the help and support they urgently need.

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