Fundraising is key to ensuring FSN continue to support local children and families so why not get involved and join the volunteer team at FSN to help make a difference in our community
What do fundraising volunteers do at FSN?
There are a wide range of roles from helping with the annual golf day, open gardens, quiz nights, shop collections, coffee mornings, lunches and high teas to administration and promoting FSN within the community. Volunteers also run their own events for example, open gardens, coffee mornings, half-marathons, music evenings and art and environmental talks
Who is volunteering for?
Anyone who has free time to spare whether for a one off event or regular attendance, there is no minimum or maximum time, just what fits in with your own life. Every hour will help our Events Team fundraise for FSN.
Volunteering not for you?
There are other ways in which you can help!
Virgin Money Giving
Help support FSN by creating an account with Easyfundraising. Every time you shop online a donation is made to us, it costs nothing to do and they have hundreds of retailers including Amazon and Argos signed up that you can shop with.
Other ways of supporting FSN:
- Help Claire Moor who is taking part in the Beachy Head Marathon to reach her goal of £500 for "Out of the Blue" who support four local charities including FSN.
Join the Dragonflies Lottery (link Dragonflies Lottery Form) supporting bereaved children and young people
Leave a legacy and transform the lives of local children and young people
Donate through your Will
Call for your fundraising pack with various activity ideas or organise your own
Comment from King's Church:
'It has been a privilege to have Dragofnlies as our 'local charity of the year' 2018/19. It's been a pleasure to raise money for you through our Christmas, Easter and general events throughout the year. We hope this money will make a difference to Dragonflies and the children who benefit from such vital support'
They raised £4,000. What a fantastic achievement.
Celebrating 80 years in 2019
From a little acorn to the mighty Oak FSN has spanned 80 years supporting the community
Help us fundraise to support and transform local children, young people and families lives