Our experienced team of professional staff will deliver the support and life-skills training our young people deserve.
Raising funds for Kingwood College
Plans for the College are well underway but it’s vital for us to raise £892,000 to cover the capital costs for design and construction. To achieve this goal we are working with a number of benefactors, sponsors, funding bodies and individuals locally and nationally but we still need your support to help ensure the College is ready to open on schedule. Financial plans, including operational budgets, are available for you to view and we are happy to supply any further information required including details of the College design, curriculum and support model.
Please click here to read more about our Buy-a-Brick campaign and how to donate. You can also visit our fundraising Facebook page and help to spread the word.
For more information please contact Sue Osborn, Sue Osborn, Chief Executive on 0118 931 0143. Email Sue.
Thank you, your generosity is much appreciated. Together we can make a real difference to the lives of the students we support.
Below are some examples of people who have generously raised funds for the Kingwood College.
Peter Greengross and the London Marathon
Peter Greengross completed the London marathon last April raising money for Kingwood. Peter amazingly raised over £6,000, which all donated to the Kingwood College fund.
Peter finished with a time of 3 hours and 56 minutes. This represents a personal best, which Peter achieved despite having a stress factor in his foot, which had prevented him from running before the event.
Everyone at Kingwood would like to thank Peter and everyone that supported him.
Stoke Row Beavers
Stoke Row Beavers held a charity event on behalf of Kingwood and the Buy a Brick campaign.
We were delighted that the Colony raised £212.60p on the night. The Beavers produced some entertainment for the audience which they all enjoyed. A vast array of cakes were produced and consumed and a number of prizes were awarded in a raffle.
Thank you to John Beville and all the beavers who were involved.