Our yearly Stripey Stork campaigns are very important to us.
June is all about Stripes4Stripey. A day where we ask you all to stand united in wearing stripes and make a donation to help local families in need.
We use the campaign funds throughout the year, to buy new items needed for our clothing packs, such as underwear, socks and nightwear.
We have lots of activities planned in the build up week and on the day and love to share everyones participation so keep an eye on the social media. Thank you for helping us to spread the word!
We love it when the community comes together for Run Reigate. It’s a great event where our Stripey Stork runners, volunteers and supporters come out in full force, showing everyone Team Stork at its best!
It is one of our key fundraising events of the year. As well as the obvious benefit of raising much needed funds, it also gives us the opportunity to raise our profile in the local community.
Our Christmas campaign is the highlight of the Stripey Stork calendar.
Last year we provide brand new gifts for 5,414 children and 2,108 parents/carers.
There are so many good, kind people who make our work possible – donors, volunteers, corporate partners, supporters, referral partners.
With numbers increasing year on year we need the support of our amazing community as much as ever. You can get involved as a family, with colleagues, corporate funding, with your church or community group. We’d love to hear from you!
Every year in the run up to Mother’s Day, we work hard to ensure that the Mums we are supporting are acknowledged with a gift and one of our exclusive handwritten cards on this special day. These may be Mums who don’t have the support network to ensure this happens, Mums who have recently arrived at our local refuge or Mums living in poverty where the family has little or no disposable income to afford such luxuries.
Thank you for your help in supporting local Mums by letting them know they matter and that they’re doing a fantastic job. Such kindness can make such a difference to a Mum at an all-time low. It shows her that people care, which encourages her to stay strong and gives hope that life will get better.