The volunteering experience
SNAP Cymru relies greatly on the generosity of individual Volunteers, donors, local business and trusts who help deliver and fund our services for children, young people and their families. This year with your help we have provided services for over 3000 families. Your ‘Gift of Time’ is measureable and valued by SNAP Cymru, Wales Assembly Government, Local Authorities, children, young people and families. The vision of SNAP Cymru and its Chief Executive Director, Denise Inger, is that every small community across Wales will have face to face access to a trained Volunteer who is knowledgeable about all aspects of additional learning needs, local provision and partnerships. Increasing participation and promoting partnership working will improve provision of services and equity of access. Volunteering can help close the postcode lottery to multi agency service provision and improve the life chances of children and young people in Wales. Whatever your Volunteering role your ‘Gift of Time’ is helping toward making a difference to children, young people and families across Wales.
Volunteering for SNAP Cymru is unique and rewarding – and we have awards to prove it! Recently, SNAP Cymru were announced as recipients of The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Volunteering Award 2012. We are the only exclusively Welsh organisation to receive the award as recognition for our unique role, on a national scale, to advance the education of people in Wales and support their inclusion. Last year, we were delighted to receive the Investing in Volunteers Award, for the second time, in recognition for achieving quality standards in their work with volunteers. Renewing our Investing in Volunteers award has helped us to identify how we can continue to develop and improve the way in which we recruit, train and support our volunteer team.
Send a cheque or Postal Order to us at: FREEPOST SWC4557, SNAP Cymru Cardiff CF10 5GZ
Don’t forget to include your name and address details.
It’s a straight forward process to make a donation to SNAP Cymru – simply follow the link to our account at Justgiving.com
If you’re a UK Taxpayer, we can claim an additional 25p for every £1 you donate.
Let us know if you are happy for us to reclaim Gift Aid by completing this form.
We are on the look-out for good quality items for sale in our exciting new boutique shops. Items can include:
- Good quality second hand clothes, especially ladies vintage or antique fashion
- Fashion accessories such as jewelry, furs, hats shoes and handbags
- Bric-a-brac including ornaments, pictures, vases, crockery and cutlery
- New or second hand books, LP’s, CDs and DVDs
- Good quality furniture, (that has the BSC Kite mark on the label)
Please remember – if you wouldn’t want to buy it, we probably can’t sell it. Our customers will be looking for good quality items
Taking part in donating items for our shop is a really fun way to support SNAP Cymru and can raise £20 a bag! Please ask family and friends to donate generously. You can bring items to:
SNAP Shop Warehouse – 1 South Road, Penallta Industrial Estate, Hengoed CF82 7ST
SNAP Shop Llanelli – 24 Cowell Street, Llanelli SA15 1UU
SNAP Shop Neath – 6 Alfred Street, Neath, SA11 1EF
SNAP Shop Llandrindod – Elizabeth House, Middleton Street, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 5DG
or call us to collect on 07950 884978
Collect your change in one of our donation boxes then deposit it at your local bank.
The money can then be transferred to our account:
SNAP Cymru, The Co-operative Bank – Sort Code: 08 90 03 Account Number: 65370364
Collect your spare change and raise money for SNAP Cymru in one of our Donation Boxes
We all know that copper coins and 5p’s just seem to multiply in our pockets and there always appears to be less things for us to spend them on!
We collect all foreign currency (old or new) you may have left over after your holidays.
Please call our office on 02920 348990 for a donation pack which can be used in shops, libraries, cafes etc.
By remembering SNAP Cymru in your Will you can make a donation from one generation to another.
Your support will help us to ensure that more children with special educational needs or disabilities will get the right educational support.
50 Ways to Raise a Fiver
50 Ways to Raise a Fiver is the the name of this wonderful fundraising pack Give it a read through and perhaps you’ll find your true calling, or maybe not but you’ll definitely find fifty ways to help us and have a laugh along the way.
Who knows? Maybe lighting will strike and you’ll see a way to better our ideas (it’s possible) or you might come up with something entirely different again, if that’s the case go for it.
Either way you’re raising funds for us to help families in Wales, and we really can’t thank-you enough.
Corporate Supporter Scheme
We would like to work with each individual corporate supporter to build a partnership which is right for you and us. We can provide a range of levels of support and varying packages of benefits, so we can really build up a relationship that is mutually advantageous linking in to our training and partnership working expertise, helping you to achieve your corporate social responsibility goals.
Many organisations now have a payroll giving scheme in place which allows members of staff to make tax free donations to a charity of their choice. It is up to employees how much money they choose to give and donations can be changed or cancelled at any time. To find out more about setting up a payroll giving scheme visit the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) website.
Every year SNAP Cymru organises a programme of conferences, campaigns and other events throughout Wales. Sponsoring one of our events is a great way to increase awareness of your organisation, enhancing its public profile throughout Wales.
Use of Facilities
Our work takes us throughout Wales and we are always grateful for the offer of the use of rooms we can use for training, launches, meetings or conference venues. We would be delighted to talk to you about the variety of opportunities available. Please do get in touch with our Campaigns Officer Caroline Rawson.