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Support us

Thousands of vulnerable children and families depend on our work every single day. We simply cannot reach them without your help. There are so many ways to lend your support - from taking on a sponsored challenge, to making a monthly gift, to attending one of our sparkly events, to giving from a trust or company.

  • Donate

    Each school day, thousands of children and parents tell us about the difficult challenges they face, from bereavement to bullying, from violence to substance abuse at home. We rely on your support to reach these families.

  • Leave a gift in your will

    Your loved ones come first. Your will allows you to take care of them, after you are gone. But you can also use your will to help secure a better future for vulnerable children.

  • Other ways to give

    There are many ways to help us to help children and families, from donating your time, baking skills or payroll giving.

  • Fundraising and events

    Want to take part in one of our sporting challenges, attend one of our exciting events or find other ways to fundraise? Place2Be's fundraising team are here to help.

  • Corporate partnerships

    We'd be delighted to work with your company, big or small. Whether you want to engage staff or increase brand awareness, we have a fantastic track record with local and national partnerships.

  • Trusts and foundations

    Place2Be is proud of the achievements we have made thanks to the support of our friends at trusts and foundations. Their long-term generosity has enabled us to expand our direct support to more children and parents and to build the expertise of our staff and volunteers.

  • Where your money goes

    Find out how much income we raised and how we spent it giving children brighter futures


Find out more


Small change makes a big difference

  • £7Could support a child's
    drop-in session
  • £20Could support a
    parent with one-to-one
  • £95Could provide our
    whole school
    to a child for a year

Craig's story

Craig's teacher referred him to Place2Be because he was always involved in fights in the playground