Support comes in many ways. If you would like to support us in a practical way, we have an extensive volunteers’ network which utilises the gifts and talents of literally hundreds of people throughout the year in various different ways. For more information on how you can support CYESC with your time and talents, please go to the ‘Volunteers’ section at the foot of the page for further information.
We are heavily reliant on financial donations. We have seen incredible generosity through our supporters’ network and we continually owe these people our gratitude and thanks. If you would like to explore ways in which to help CYESC financially, please click on the following link which will explain various ways in which you can donate to the on-going work and witness of CYESC. You can read more about why we need your finanail support and where it goes here
To start giving regularly right away or one-off donation please follow the link below.
Alternatively, if you'd like to register to give by post (rather than online) then click here for a form to complete.
Spend and Give
Do your on-line shopping with Amazon, B&Q, Currys, John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Sainsburys and many more to give money to CYE at no extra cost to yourselves. go via our Spend and Give page.
Northwood Missionary Auctions - Cash in the attic!
Another way to support CYE Sailing Centre or the bursary fund is with the help of this organisation.
With their help items can be auctioned at professional auction houses, free of commission with funds paid to CYE. To give you an idea, items that have sold well include:
- Good quality jewellery
- Hall marked silver
- World war memorabilia
- Old cigarette or post cards
- Doulton or Wedgewood china
- Clocks and watches
- Small antiques and antique furniture
Recently a necklace bracelet and ear rings were donated and after initial valuation of £300 raised £3000! So turn out your loft, cupboards and jewellery boxes.
Look at the Northwood Auction website for more examples and ideas:
http://www.nmauctions.org.uk and look at the sample catalogue.
How do I go about it?