Funding & Sponsors
Of every £1 donated, 94 pence goes directly to support local young people and families
We do NOT have any paid staff, all helpers, leaders, committee members, fund raisers and everyone involved with Sefton Childrens Trust donates their time and expertise freely as volunteers. Each year Sefton Childrens Trust needs to raise many thousands of pounds to achieve and further its aims to help families.
This year we are again aiming to help 72 young people and their families.
Sadly, each year the number of referrals to the Charity increases and we are unable to fully meet the demand and in the current economic climate achieving our targets is highly challenging
Sefton Childrens Trust needs supporters and volunteers to help with fund-raising events throughout the year. If you are an individual or a company, would like to be a supporter of Sefton Childrens Trust and help local families experiencing difficulties then please click here to contact us.
There are easy ways to support us, at no extra cost to yourselves:
- you can help us through Local Giving where you can support our events on-line shop
- on-line through www.easyfunding.org.uk who donate a percentage to our Trust. For further information, visit the website
- Are you a member of the Co-op? This year Sefton Children’s Trust is in partnership with the Co-op. This small charity supports families who are experiencing difficulties for a variety of reasons. We as a charity have dedicated volunteers and no paid staff. This year Sefton Children’s Trust is a nominated local cause and you and your family and friends can help raise funds by choosing it as your local cause. Go to https://www.coop.co.uk/local-causes and sign in. To choose SCT go to Choose other causes and type in Wellbeing
Thank you in anticipation of your support – your support makes a difference
We would like to thank all of our sponsors and volunteers for their ongoing commitment without whom Sefton Childrens Trust would not exist. Your commitment makes a profound and positive difference to the lives of young people and their families