And it's down to the support from corporate partnerships, the generosity of trusts & grants, and the kindness of people in our community fundraising for us, making donations or leaving a gift in a Will, that makes this possible.
From toys, fun days out, parties and movie nights, to equipment and building projects, your donations help us to go above and beyond for profoundly disabled children and young people, providing an enjoyable, inclusive environment which encourages independence and wellbeing.Make a one-off donation
The video below is about Sasa and her family, and they explain how Rose Road's services have transformed their lives:
The Rose Road Association is committed to fundraising safely, respectfully, and ethically at all times, and in line with the Fundraising Code of Practice. We recognise that Coronavirus will have an impact on how we do this. We will review and update both our Ethical Fundraising Guidelines and Risk Assessments to ensure that we comply with new guidance and the best practice during this time.
We carefully consider fundraising opportunities and only proceed with those we can do safely, and that are in the best interests of our staff, volunteers, service users and the wider third sector as a whole. What may be right and necessary for other organisations may not be for us, and we are mindful of other organisations' positions.
We're always striving to improve our practice and our fundraising team really value feedback. If you'd like to get in touch please contact:
Beth Rogers (Fundraising Manager)
Tel: 023 8072 1248
We'd love to share our latest news, successes, stories and more with our Rose Road families and the local community who support them.
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