How you can help

How can you help BEFSA? There are plenty of ways to get involved... see which one works best for you.

Follow our progress

This is the easiest way to get involved! Join us on facebook and follow us on twitter to keep up to date with all the work we do.

Volunteer

Fancy visiting us in South Africa and being part of the BEFSA team? We'd love you to share your skills with our communities. Depending on your area of interest and expertise, you will have the opportunity to get involved in many of our programmes from teaching in schools, running after school clubs, passing on your IT skills to creating vegetable gardens and undertaking minor repairs and maintenance of school buildings.

Fancy visiting us in South Africa and being part of the BEFSA team? We'd love you to share your skills with our communities. Depending on your area of interest and expertise, you will have the opportunity to get involved in many of our programmes from teaching in schools, running after school clubs, passing on your IT skills to creating vegetable gardens and undertaking minor repairs and maintenance of school buildings. PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE ONLY ABLE TO ACCEPT APPLICATIONS FROM POTENTIAL VOLUNTEERS WHO ARE OVER 30 YEARS OF AGE.

Click here to complete our Volunteer Application Form.

Fundraise

If you'd like to get involved closer to home, why not host an event like an auction, garden party or jumble sale? For the more active among you, you could ask friends and family to sponsor a run, bike-ride, or sky dive. You can even set up a personalised donations page through our Virgin Money Giving page.

Events

You could join national events on behalf of BEFSA - we'd be very grateful! Popular events include the London Marathon and the Great North Run. Once again, why not use our Virgin Money Giving page to encourage support.

Charity of Choice

You can ask your school/college/university/company to nominate BEFSA as their charity of choice for the year. It's easy to do and we can provide you with logos and merchandise to help promote our partnership, together improving the performance of young people in schools.

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