If you are a local company or organisation please consider sponsoring particular activities, events, the purchase's of equipment and materials or even specialist workers. There are many, many ways in which sponsorsip could be very helpful to the present work of the Project and the development of new services or activities. If you would like to discuss becoming a sponsor, please contact the project manager.
There are many way in which you can support our work, here are a few suggestions below.
We greatfully accept monetary donations!
Please make cheques payable to the NW5 Community Play Project and post to the Chair of the Trustees, NW5 Project, The Playhut, Islip Street, Kentish Town, NW5 2TU. Please enclose your name and address so that we can acknowledge your donation.
Cash donations are always very welcome at the Project any weekday between 3pm and 6pm. Every cash donation is recorded and a receipt issued.
DIRECT DEBIT OR STANDING ORDER
One of the best ways to donate to the NW5 Project is through a monthly or annual standing order. Even just £5 a month can make a considerable difference to our work. All money received through regular donations is used to help provide services for children and young people in the local community. If you would like to make a regular donation please contact the project and ask to speak with the manager.
Consider including the NW5 Project in your will. This way you can ensure children in Kentish Town continue to benefit from your generousity even after your passing. You can specify a particular sum or item of value, or bequeath a proportion of your estate. We have prepared a basic information sheet on the options for legacies and a suggested wording to include in the will or codicil. If you would like a copy of this please telephone or email us.
The NW5 Community Play Project is a small, independent, community-run charity.
We are not funded by Camden Council and we are not part of a larger charity. We recieve some funding from John Lyons Charity and Children In Need help to fund our Junior Club projects.
Young Camden Foundation have also supported our thursday work with our mixed group.
The majority of our income comes from fees charged to our users, , local fundraising events and donations.
Do you shop online?
You could be helping us raise donations with out any extra cost just by going through easyfundraising.og.uk every time you shop online.
Simply click to create your account and continue with your shopping!
Each shop then gives a percentage to the project! John Lewis, Ebay, Tescos, Sainsburys, Argos and many many more all take part.
the hiring out of our building,