funding

Friends of the Folk Toolkit

Introduction to this toolkit
 

This toolkit is designed to help you to promote our Friends of the Folk scheme. 

Friends of the Folk is our scheme for those supporters of Woodcraft Folk who want to donate regularly to the national organisation, but don’t want to become members because, for example, they aren’t able to become active volunteers. We hope the scheme will appeal, in particular, to parents of children in our groups and to former Woodcrafters.

Your donation

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Some examples of what your donation will be used for include:

Woodcraft Folk’s funding

 

Woodcraft Folk is a national charity. Our local groups, districts and regions are run by volunteers with the support of our central Folk Office and our board of trustees (learn more at https://woodcraft.org.uk/how-we-work.

At a local level, our groups and activities fund themselves through a mixture of membership fees/donations, fundraising and, in some cases, small grants.
File 4817On a national level, our funding breaks down as follows

Leaving a legacy to Woodcraft Folk

Wednesday, 7 December 2016

For over ninety years, Woodcraft Folk has been working with children and young people with the aim of building a world based on equality, friendship, peace and social justice.

Co-op Energy Christmas prize draw

Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Co-op Energy are offering a Christmas/New Year prize to Woodcraft districts in a new prize draw. All you have to do is compare the price you pay your current supplier with the price you could pay Co-operative Energy and you'll be entered into a prize draw to win a £150 donation for your District.

Co-op Community Fund success

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Congratulations to three districts, Bromley, Clapham and Chorlton & Whalley Range, who have been selected as recipients of the Co-op Local Community Fund.

As you will know, funding from the Co-op that regions and districts used to receive has been reduced or stopped. However, a new Local Community Fund has been set up to support local charities and the first recipients have been selected, including at least three Woodcraft districts.

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