Fishbourne Pre School

Fishbourne Pre School


Fundraising:Nine Ways You Can Help Raise Funds For Pre-School

The Pre-School is a registered charity and relies upon fundraising activities during the year to enable us to purchase additional learning resources for your children which we could not ordinarily afford from our normal income.  You can help us by doing any of the following:

1. Recycle old Inkjets and Mobile Phones using our Recycle4Charity envelopes (please ask for more). Toner/Laser Cartridges can be recycled by bringing placing them in the box in reception at Pre-School.

2. Sign up for free with Easyfundraising choosing Fishbourne Pre-School and you receive promotional vouchers for online purchases with over 600 popular retailers including Argos, NEXT, M&S, John Lewis and many more.  We receive a small percentage of your purchases:

3. Search the Web for free with Easysearch (which uses the best results from Yahoo!, Windows MSN Live Search and use the following link:

4. If you can, donate a small amount each term to our book and toy fund with your fees so we can purchase new books for our library.

5. If you can, arrange a regular tax-free donation to be deducted from your salary via Give As You Earn – ask your organisation’s payroll department.

6. If you can, give a one-off donation using our Gift Aid Form on our website (which means we can also claim back the income tax on your donation if you are a UK Taxpayer and pay tax equal to the amount of the donation). 

7. Purchase excellent discount children’s books from Scholastic Books.  Many of the books are educational or would be great as gifts or in party bags.  Simply click on the link below and order.  For every £1 you spend 20p goes back to our school to spend on much-needed books for our library! What's more, you'll be able to have your books delivered to the pre-school for free. Books cost as little as £1.99.

8. VOLUNTEER, VOLUNTEER, VOLUNTEER for our events and activities as much as you can. We really do need YOU! Please see our Diary of Events for information of future events.