The S.A.F.E. Foundation is looking for members to join our charity and help make a difference to the lives of impoverished people around the world!
Membership will get you lots of blummin’ good stuff, including;
There are a few ways you can become members – You can pay us £15 a year if you’ve got a job, or £12 if you haven’t, OR you can throw your own fundraising event and become a member for free!
Failing all that you can recruit 10 new paying members! Easy as lush pies!
Membership is also free for those who have been regular donors to The S.A.F.E. Foundation for six months or over.
Becoming a SAFER will mean you will become part of a large family of SAFE people who meet regularly at different events that help the charity to raise funds whilst having a whole lot of fun!
For more information or to request an application form, please contact email@example.com
Thank you to all those who decked themselves out in 1920′s style and attended the SAFE Foundation annual ball yesterday, we had an amazing time, and it seems you all did too!
Everything went off without a hitch, thanks to Hannah’s organisation skills, and although we haven’t tallied up the final amounts, we’re estimating we raised about £2000 for our projects in Ghana, Uganda, Sierra Leone and India.
Thank you to Maureen Owor, from TOCIDA, our newest charity partners, who attended and danced the night away with the rest of us!
We’d like to give a huge Thank You to Emma Gwynnett and the students of the University of Glamorgan for their donation of £510.20 to fund the re-building of The Yasifa School Roof in our project in Kumasi, Ghana.
They raised the funds by holding an international Christmas dinner so lots of good food eaten and a good time had whilst raising some much needed money for those beautiful children.
Thank you all so much, with great people like this out there WE CAN DO IT!
We want to give a huge shout of appreciation to Ceri Griffiths and those who took part in Legal and General’s dress down day to support The SAFE Foundation and its projects. £860 was raised and will be donated to The SAFE projects in India and Ghana.