Ways in which you can kindly support us
We are very grateful for the support both financially and in time we receive from individuals and organisations who understand the work we do as an alternative education provider. We value and rely on this support for our day to day costs. Our income consists of contracts with the local authority and schools, grants from charitable foundations, business companies and donations from the public. We also organise fundraising events, such as stalls in local markets and raffles.
Supporters of the past years we have been honoured to have and thank them here, they include: individual members of All Saints and St Andrews Church in Malvern, Queen’s Hill Women’s Institute, Upton Baptist Church, Landsdown Methodist Church, Headley Foundation, Wells Club, Bank of England, Charitable Trust, Richard Cadbury Charitable Trust, Philadelphia Trust, DS Smith Charitable Foundation, Waitrose, Baron Davenports charity, Percy Bilton Charity, Eveson Charitable Trust, Malvern Joggers, Hill Singers and Children in Need.
Financial Support- how you can help-
By making a regular gift you can make a big difference to help with the day to day running of the Bridge. Please contact our office to set up a regular payment directly with your bank through a standing order. Please ask for a Gift Aid Declaration Form if applicable.
One Off Donations
If you wish to make a one off donation or help purchase a specific item or activity that would very much appreciated, we always need to update our equipment and resources.
Send a cheque addressed to Bridge Education Centre to our office, or
Contact us to make a donation in person or directly into our bank account.
Donate to the Bridge Training and Development on line by going to mydonate.bt.com/charities/bridgetraininganddevelopment
Company Charity of the Year
It is great when companies and group decide to raise funds to donate to the Bridge. 2016 We are very fortunate to have a number of local companies and groups supporting the work we do.
A very big thank you to Malvern Joggers for making us their charity of the year 2015. They have been busy raising funds. The 10km run raised £400 and a recent ‘pubathon’ raised £566. Thank you. For further information on the Malvern Joggers please go to http://www.malvernjoggers.co.uk
A very big thank you To The Hills Singers whose profits from the Hallelujah concert 2016 donated £605 to us.
A very big thank you to Malvern Festival Chorus for making us Charity of the year 2016.
Shop On Line using Easy Fundraising
You can shop online through the easyfundraising website at over 2,700 retailers and they will give a donation every time you buy something, at no extra cost.
Any queries please ring us.
Giving of your Time- how you can help
Become a volunteer helping at the Bridge. Volunteers help in a variety of ways at the Bridge activities such as shop work, horticulture, making cakes, domestic chores, site maintenance, office work and assisting with the students. All our volunteers undertake a DBS check as part of our safer recruitment policy. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please contact us.
If you have any ideas for fundraising or would like to organise an event or help with fundraising please contact us it would be much appreciated.
Thank you to Diane’s community group for raising £170 from having an afternoon tea garden party 2016.
Thank you to the members of St Andrews and All Saints churches who organised a Ladies Clothes Swap November 2017 and raised £750.
Set yourself a challenge and get your friends involved. However, big or small the challenge, whether sporty or crafty, whether in a group or on your own, sponsored events are a great way to raise money for us whilst achieving some of your personal goals.
At the Bridge we have done a 5 km and 10 km run and mud runs before now as a great way to get involved at the Bridge and raise funds.
Get in touch with us if you are considering doing or setting up a sponsored event and we can help you promote it and offer support.