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Support Us

Make a Donation

A monthly donation of £5 per month can make all the difference to smaller charities like ours and is far and away the easiest way to give. You can make a donation to Reaching Families on Local Giving. Just click the following link to make your donation. Alternatively, to request a standing order form please email our project manager, Brian O’Hagan via email.

Volunteer for Us

Can you contribute your time and experience to support other families? Would you like to meet new people, provide emotional support and develop your skills? We are looking to recruit volunteers who can help us with a range of important work, including:

In return for help with this vital work we will provide you with a dedicated volunteer co-ordinator who will support you with, training, induction, supervision, expenses, managing your time and expectations.

If you would be interested in any of these opportunities please email Rachel Fielding at or phone her on 07535 386687.

Fundraise for Us

If you are someone who likes to run, cycle or even jump out of airplanes perhaps you could organise a sponsored run or sky-dive for Reaching Families! If that’s too exerting then a coffee morning held for us would be just as effective in raising much needed funds to help sustain our work. To discuss these or other ways in which you could fundraise for Reaching Families please contact our project manager Brian O’Hagan on the email or phone number given above.

Expert Help

We are keen to hear from people who have professional expertise in a number of areas that will help Reaching Families grow and develop. If you have experience and skill in charity finance, business planning, marketing & communications or writing & editing and could spare some time to give advice and consultancy please contact our project manager Brian O’Hagan for an informal conversation about how you could best advise our charity.


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"Reaching Families make a difference every day to the lives of so many parent/carers through their invaluable workshops, the Making Sense of it All 'bible,' the informative, constantly updated Facebook page and the wonderful Outreach Coordinators who are always on hand to help and advise".

Maria Louise Box, Autism Support Crawley

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