We rely on grants and donations to provide our much needed mental health and wellbeing support services to individuals and families. Each and every pound makes a difference and helps us to reach and support more people. Here are some ways you can help us to fundraise:
Pip is our Penguin mascot, chosen because penguins make good parents and are therefore a great role model for our charity.
Schools and organisations can hold a Pip Day to raise awareness of families and mental health, while raising vital funds for the services we provide.
School Pip Days
Your Pip Day will be ‘non uniform’ day where children have the opportunity to dress up in black and white and bring in £1 for The Parenting Project.
How it works:
• The Parenting Project have a story and song to share with you which can be used to introduce our charity to the children in an assembly or in the classroom.
• On your chosen Pip Day the children will come to school dressed in black and white and bring in £1 for The Parenting Project.
• Funds will be collected and given to The Parenting Project.
• A visit from our penguin mascot, Pip will be made for 10 lucky schools.
Organisation Pip Days
Please get in touch and we can tailor supporting materials and activities to suit your company.
We love being part of the community and often take part in local events bringing Pip, our penguin mascot along with us. We would love you to come and say hello if you see us out and about.
Subscribe to our newsletter and keep an eye on our Facebook page to hear about our latest event plans.
If you have an event that you would like us to attend, please get in touch.
Raise Money at Work
Some businesses choose to have a chosen charity or charities that they raise money for via collections or events. If you would like to choose us as your charity, please get in touch and we can arrange to provide the supporting information or materials you need.
Challenge or Event Sponsorship
Have you ever thought of undertaking a challenge or an event, while raising vital funding for a charity? We would love to hear from you and be a part of your journey.
Lord Digby Jones of Birmingham is a successful leading British businessman and politician, who has served as Director General of the CBI and Minister of State for Trade and Investment.
For much of his childhood money was scarce, but the Jones children had a good life with “much love and lots of laughter and fun”. This, he says, made him appreciate the importance of family values and good parenting.
We are delighted to have Lord Jones as the Patron of the Parenting Project. Thank you Digby for your support and commitment to improving the lives of the children and families we work with.