HELP US PROTECT MORE CHILDREN - MAKE MONTHLY DONATIONS AND BECOME A FRIEND
The Lucy Faithfull Foundation needs and appreciates support from people who share our vision of a world in which children's right to live free from abuse and exploitation becomes a reality. To show our appreciation to those who support us regularly, we have a friends scheme, which regular donors can become part of.
Every day, children and young people across the UK suffer sexual abuse, most commonly at the hands of someone they know. Latest research suggests at least one in six children aged 11-17 become victims.
The Lucy Faithfull Foundation works to prevent abuse from happening in the first place - and to prevent it from happening again if it already has. Where abuse has already taken place, we work with all those affected including adult male and female abusers; young people with harmful sexual behaviour; children with concerning sexual behaviours; victims of abuse and other family members. But we also work in families and with adults and young people where there has been no abuse, to help them keep themselves and others as safe as possible.
By becoming a friend you can help us continue our work to protect children from sexual abuse.
Of course, you can support us regularly and not become a friend, or even remain anonymous. If you share your details with us we will be in touch.
BECOMING A FRIEND:
Friends of the Foundation make monthly donations to support our work to protect children. In return they receive:
- A special edition The Lucy Faithfull Foundation lapel pin
- A copy of our annual report
- Quarterly newsletters
- The Lucy Faithfull Foundation pen
For details on how to set up a regular standing order please email email@example.com or call 01372 847160.
Alternatively you can set up a monthly donation through our Give as you Live webpage.
Each and every donation is vital to our work.
Thank you for your interest and we hope you will consider becoming a friend of The Lucy Faithfull Foundation.
WHAT WILL YOUR MONEY PAY FOR?
While our work to protect children is wide and varied, here are some examples of the sorts of things your money could help pay for:
£20 helps pay for Parents Protect! information to be distributed to people responsible for protecting children from harm, including parents, carers, health and education staff.
£40 helps pay for a Stop It Now! helpline operator to answer calls for an hour, ensuring those who need advice, information and support receive it.
£80 helps pay for a Stop It Now! helpline caller to have a call-back with a specialist, enabling those with
particular needs to receive in-depth information, help and advice.
£300 helps pay for an awareness session to be delivered to parents, carers and frontline workers such as
teachers, arming them with knowledge and tools to protect children.
£1000 helps pay for a child or young person with worrying sexual behaviour, and their family, to receive
specialist face-to-face help.
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