• Introducing PIP Day

    Schools and Organisations hold Pip days to raise awareness of the Parenting Project and the work we do with families.
  • PIP is our Penguin mascot, chosen because penguins are good parents and therefore a great role model for our charity.

    The Parenting Project is a dedicated and dynamic charity established since 2006 to work with families across England experiencing trauma, loss, financial difficulties and hardship.  We currently offer counselling in community based settings and schools but would like to offer more.  We know there is a great need for our service.  Please help!

    Can your school or organisation help us to raise the profile of our charity and generate some funds by hosting a PIP day?  

  • PIP day will be a ‘non uniform’ day where children have the opportunity to dress up in black and white and bring £1 as a fundraiser for the Parenting Project.

  • A visit from our penguin mascot will be made for 10 lucky schools.

  • How it will work is

    • Agree to hold a Pip Day
    • The Parenting Project will provide a Pack for your Assembly.  Pip and the Parenting Project will be introduced to the children with a presentation, a story and a song.
    • Chose your dates and off you go 
    • A Thank You Pack will be sent out shortly after your fundraising event.
  • Click here to request an assembly pack

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