Kindling are looking for our first hundred supporters to help us turn our vision into a reality with a small monthly donation. Any money raised will help support this establishment stage of Kindling (a period that isn't hugely exciting to grant-funders), but crucial to getting the project off the ground.
For example we now have an office (as we have out grown working from a small room at one of our member’s houses), and we are looking to increase the size of the team and to start looking at possible locations for our rural base. This is an exciting and important stage in our development, but it does bring with it increased running costs.
Ten of us have kicked off reaching this target of a 100 supporters, with a £5 monthly standing order, but any amount would be really welcome. So if you are able to offer your support in this way, and fancy being one of the first hundred to get Kindling up and running, it would be great to hear from you.
You can donate on-line below (note: if you sign up here a small amount of your contribution goes to Paypal). An alternative is to set up a standing order direct with your bank or send a cheque or postal order. For our bank details and to download a printable donations form please provide your name and email address and click the 'I don't want to make a payment on-line' box.
What ever method you choose – thank you!
I want to make a one-time contribution.I want to contribute this amount every
Your recurring contribution will be processed automatically for the number of installments you specify. You can leave the number of installments blank if you want to make an open-ended commitment. In either case, you can choose to cancel at any time.
You will receive an email receipt for each recurring contribution. The receipts will include a link you can use if you decide to modify or cancel your future contributions.
The information you provide will NOT be shared with any third party organisations.
Thank you for getting involved in our campaign!
Our fundraising promise:
The Kindling Trust is a member of the Fundraising Standards Board self-regulatory scheme. The Fundraising Standards Board works to ensure that organisations raising money from the public do so honestly and properly. As members of the scheme, we follow the Institute of Fundraising's Codes of Fundraising Practice and comply with the key principles embodied in the Codes and in this Promise.
The Kindling Trust is a not for profit social enterprise with charitable aims (Company number: 6136029).
Kindling Trust Ltd - Unit 19, 41 Old Birley St, Hulme, Manchester. M15 5RF