Separated child Gulwali Passarlay, who fled Afghanistan aged 12, was chosen to carry Olympic Torch in Bolton, now aged 17.

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There are several ways you can help us at The Separated Child Foundation: with your time, as well as money and goods. They all make an important difference to the work we're doing. Thank you.

GIFTS OF MONEY: ONLINE OR BY CHEQUE

Because we're a volunteer-led charity, our running costs are very low. That means that over 99% of anything you can contribute will go directly towards meeting the needs of separated children and young people.

You can donate online at Just Giving If you're a UK taxpayer, please click that button so as to gift-aid what you give: it will currently earn The Separated Child Foundation a further 28% in tax benefits, at no cost to you.

If you prefer to write a cheque, please make it payable to "The Separated Child Foundation" and send it to:

Michael Marx
Treasurer: The Separated Child Foundation
'The Orchard'
California Lane
Bushey Heath
Hertfordshire WD23 1ES

If you're a UK taxpayer, please print and fill in this Gift Aid form and enclose it with your cheque. That will mean we can claim the tax on your gift.

GIFTS OF GOODS

Can you offer us any items for our Arrival Packs project? We especially need, for teenage boys:

  • tops, especially warm and waterproof ones (fleeces, jumpers, cagoules and windcheaters)
  • warm hats, gloves and scarves
  • new socks and underpants
  • towels
  • basic toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothpaste and toothbrushes)

If that's a way you can help, please e-mail The Separated Child Foundation or phone 020 8933 4588.

GIFTS OF YOUR TIME

Perhaps you have a few hours to volunteer, either on a regular basis or occasionally in:

  • sourcing items for Arrival Packs, or assembling or delivering them
  • publicity
  • fundraising
  • research
  • photography
  • contributing to social and educational events for separated children and young people
  • and several other ways…

If you'd like to contribute in any of these ways, please e-mail The Separated Child Foundation or phone 020 8933 4588 to discuss how you can play to your strengths.