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Support Our Work

Volunteers:

We are always looking for new volunteers to join our team! Roles include helping to run self-esteem courses, put on social or online activities, pack care parcels, as well helping out with fundraising and admin*

You can find out more details and download our Volunteer Application Form here:

Volunteering with Rubies

Rubies Volunteer Application Form:

For more details please get in touch via email – info@wearerubies.org or call us on 07307 848 057

Financial Support:

                                                                                              

Donate via our Just Giving Page here:    

https://www.justgiving.com/wearerubies

You can also donate via the Charities Aid Foundation – just follow the link and search RUBIES! 

https://www.cafonline.org/my-personal-giving/start-giving/donate-now

If you would like give a one-off gift  in another way or make a regular donation, please contact Alison our treasurer via email – finance@wearerubies.org

Some examples of our costs:

  • £5 = a personal journal, for a girl to record her thoughts & feelings
  • £15 = a self-care goodie bag, to helps girls care for their body and mind
  • £50 = materials for an 8 week self-esteem course for 1 girl
  • £100 = materials for a ‘Know Your Worth’ workshop for 20 girls
  • £600 = materials for an 8 week self-esteem course for 12 girls

You can also buy a ‘Girly Swot’ jumper, as worn by Steph McGovern on ‘Have I Got News For You’ on Friday 25th October. T-shirts and bobble hats are also available and £5 from every purchase goes to Rubies.

Just click on the link … Thank You!  http://girlyswot.secure-decoration.com/

A Big Thank You…

Rubies is a small local charity and we depend on volunteers. We wouldn’t have got this far without the support of many individuals and organisations who have helped us with time, money, creativity and support. Thank you to you all!

*We are looking for female volunteers only. This is for a genuine occupational reason as set out in Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010