Get involved

We rely on your donations to run our service.  We keep our core running costs to a minimum so that your donations make a huge difference to our work and the families we support.

Here are 6 ways you can help Incredible Kids…Mother and a playworker sitting at an outside table chatting.

1. Donate

Simple and oh-so-effective. You can donate any amount directly through our donate page or get in touch with if you’d like to donate something physical and we’ll let you know when’s best to drop it off.

2. Fundraise

Would you like to fundraise for us? We can help you with all the admin-y bits like sponsorship forms and creating a JustGiving page, just get in touch with your idea or send us a link with some details and we’ll share it far and wide. Here’s our Incredible Kids JustGiving page for inspiration.

Read our blog on the power of a small gift to learn more about micro-fundraising

3. Volunteer

Volunteers are at the heart of our charity. Incredible Kids was set up by parent volunteers and we welcome anyone who wants to make a difference to families who have children with additional needs. Check out our volunteer page for all the roles we’re currently looking to fill and how to apply.

Playworker helping a young girl who is colouring in at a table4. Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the idea that a company should play a positive role in the community and consider the environmental and social impact of business decisions.

If you’re part of a company and would like to make a positive impact on Bristol-based families who have a child with additional needs, you could think about offering Incredible Kids the following:

  • Technical advice eg finance, IT support, marketing
  • Play session support eg volunteering or donating and helping us promote a themed party

5. Gifts-in-kind

Incredible Kids defines a ‘Gift-in-kind’ as a non-cash donation of a good or service. We accept Gifts-in-Kind that support our staff, volunteers and all the families we support. We welcome your ideas!

A group of parents and children crouching around a play tray outside at The Vench6. Workplace giving campaign

Workplace giving campaigns can take many different forms, but they’re usually annual, employer-sponsored programmes that offer employees the opportunity to make a charitable contribution through recurring payroll deduction and other payment methods.

Choose Incredible Kids as your company’s charity and give your employees the opportunity positively impact the lives of families who have children with additional needs.

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