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Woodcraft Folk is the co-operative children and young people’s movement. We run hundreds of grassroots education groups in towns and cities across the UK where young people of all ages meet to play games, make friends and learn about big ideas from climate change to social justice through co-operative activities

find out more at www.woodcraft.org.uk (fold here)

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Friendship Your regular donation would help us: • continue to empower young people to play a role in their communities

Help us give young people a voice

• start new groups and give opportunities to hard to reach children and young people • create a new generation of socially conscious co-operators • Train new volunteer leaders and support existing ones

Freepost RSRX-LYSA-XTXJ FreepostPlus Plus RSRX-LYSA-XTXJ Woodcraft Folk Woodcraft Folk Flat 9 Crampton Street Unit839, 83 Crampton Street LONDON LONDON SE17 3BQ SE17 3BQ

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amazing! But it’s hard to be young in the current climate: demonised by the media, burdened by increasing costs for education and faced with unemployment rising at a frightening rate. Many feel they are not valued and have no stake in society.

Since 1925, we’ve offered youth-led activities for girls and boys – giving urban children and young people access to the countryside, and helping them learn and develop through co-operative activities.

These skills mean that our young people go on to be the next generation of active citizens, trades unionists and co-operators.

Woodcraft Folk relies on donations to support the volunteers who run our weekly group nights, camps and activity weekends for children and young people.

I would like to donate:

You’ll be part of our friendly, co-operative community, we’ll send you regular email updates and The Courier, a termly newspaper produced by our young members.

£3 per month

£5 per month

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Make your donation worth 25% more at no extra cost I am a UK taxpayer and I want all donations I’ve made to Woodcraft Folk in the last four years and all donations in future to be treated as Gift Aid donations until I notify you otherwise. You must pay an amount of UK income tax and/or capital gains tax for each tax year (6 April one year to 5 April the next) that is at least equal to the amount of tax that Woodcraft Folk will reclaim on your gifts for the tax year (currently 25 pence for every pound given).

My contact details:

Join The Friends of the Folk now, support Woodcraft Folk with a small monthly direct debit and contribute to the future of our young people and our society.

If you have children or are interested in volunteering, please tick the box(es) on the response form and we can send you more information.

First name:

Last name:

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Instruction to your bank or building society to pay by direct debit Originator’s Identification Number: To (Name of your bank):

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Name of account holder:

Woodcraft has made me a more accepting, considerate and confident person as well as introducing me to many of the wonderful concepts and people who make me who I am. Lily MacTaggart

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Bank account number:

Please pay Woodcraft Folk Direct Debits from the account detailed in this instruction subject to the safeguards assured by the Direct Debit Guarantee. I understand that this instruction may remain with Woodcraft Folk and, if so, details will be passed electronically to my Bank/Building Society.

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Woodcraft Folk is asking for your help. Support our work by becoming a Friend of the Folk today! We offer young people an alternative. We actively engage young people from an early age, with a culture of equality and co-operation that inspires confidence and optimism.

Our weekly group nights and camps offer young people the chance to develop friendships and skills, which improve their life chances and build cohesion within local communities. Woodcraft Folk helps young people to think differently, take leadership roles and to create their own innovative and co-operative solutions.

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Donating regularly by direct debit is one of the best ways in which you can support our work and help give young people a voice. It’s simple to set up and payments are collected automatically each month, cutting down on admin costs.

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Banks and Building Societies may not accept Direct Debit instructions for some types of account

I’d like to get more involved I have children, please tell me if there‘s a group near me. Please send me information about volunteering with a group near me. Data protection: We promise that your details will only be used for Woodcraft Folk purposes. We will keep you informed about the difference your donation is making and other ways to get involved, by post, email and phone. If you would prefer not to hear from us by any of these methods then please contact us.

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Please fill in this form and return to: Freepost Plus RSRX-LYSA-XTXJ, Woodcraft Folk, Unit 9, 83 Crampton Street, LONDON SE17 3BQ Woodcraft Folk is a registered charity in England & Wales (1148195) and in Scotland (SC039791). Registered in England & Wales Company No. 8133727, Unit 9, 83 Crampton Street, London SE17 3BQ

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Friends of the Folk leaflet