Fundraising

As a team, as an individual or by attending one of our events, every little bit goes a long way to helping us get as many defibrillator packages into schools across the UK. Click here to see some of our fundraising ideas and the events we will be holding over the next 12 months!

Donations

Our charity relies solely on donations and fundraising efforts to provide defibrillators and training to schools across the nation. 99% of all monies we receive go directly to funding defibrillator packages so anything you can donate is invaluable to keeping our communities safe.

You can make donations via either of our online donation sites – Golden Giving or Total Giving or of course send a cheque made payable to ‘The Stephen Carey Fund’ direct to the charity at:

The Stephen Carey Fund
2 Fairfield Road
Shilbottle
Northumberland
NE66 2UZ

If you would like to make a cash donation to the charity please contact us to discuss in more detail.

Volunteering

Whilst we have set up the charity in such a way that it could be administered by volunteers, the majority of whom have full time jobs, we are conscious that with the continued growth of The Stephen Carey Fund there is an increasing need to seek assistance in certain areas that will allow us to perform our individual functions going forward. Therefore we are open to offers from volunteers to provide assistance to the charity either in respect to specific projects or with general duties associated with running a local charity.

Merchandise

Some of our income is generated from The Stephen Carey Fund charity merchandise. We currently sell charity wristbands and keyrings but are always looking at more ways to generate income, raise awareness. You can get involved by either purchasing some of our goodies from us or from one of the outlets that stock them in the community; or if you are a local business, support us by selling them on our behalf!

We truly believe that communities working together can achieve incredible things and we understand how powerful individuals can be when they pull together. It was a fundamental choice of The Stephen Carey Fund that we do not work in isolation which is why the majority of our work is in partnership with the communities and organisations it will largely benefit.

If you like to discuss getting involved with us or to find out more how we can help you and your local community please do not hesitate to contact.

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