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Thursday
Mar092017

Help FNFS by becoming a supporter

People who are helped by FNF Scotland or who support our aims can become SUPPORTERS.  

FNF Scotland currently receives funding from the Scottish Government and the Tudor Trust but that covers only 75% of our current costs.  We are now answering nearly 400 separate enquiries per month – double the number from two years ago. There is strong demand for group meetings in other parts of Scotland in addition to those that have been established in Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Central Scotland and Renfrewshire. We are increasingly asked to provide educational and training input into a range of public services. Your support will help us meet this demand.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO BECOME AN FNFS SUPPORTER?

You chose how much you can afford.  We would welcome an annual or monthlypayment, but don't exclude you if you can only make a one-off payment for now..  If you are a taxpayer we can reclaim an extra 20% on top of your payment from the government Gift Aid scheme.
We chose to use Golden Giving to administer these payments because they set very low charges and operate in an ethical manner.

Make a regular donation by standing order

 

Make an regular donation by direct debit

Make a single payment

SUPPORTERS FORUM AND OTHER BENEFITS

Everyone who donates using the above methods becomes a supporter and can use our new FNFS Forum to read information, take part in discussion and post queries. Supporters receive regular mailings and get free or discounted entry to our events and training courses.

The forum will provide a useful and private way of discussing topics that are of interest to separated parents in Scotland.  Whether it is tips on how best to organise a handover or how to deal with a child who says they don’t want to see a parent, this will be a new way to share experience and learn from others.  The forum will be moderated to guard against publication of details that can identify children or that might be sub judice in criminal proceedings.

HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO MEMBERSHIP OF FNF UK?

Membership of the UK-wide Families Need Fathers will continue to be available, but this money doesn't come to FNF Scotland which is a separate charity. We are responsible for our own fund-raising.  Please maintain your membership of FNF UK who helped to establish FNF Scotland. We still share use of the Families Need Fathers name and work jointly on UK-wide issues such as Child Support.