Make a Donation



Do you have a concern for children and families and want to see some things changing?    Would you like to help?

Do you like what you have seen but are not quite sure right now what role you could play? 


This project has been the fruit of many hours of trial and error over many years but now we are keen to share our learning with others.    One of the questions we have had to do a lot of research around has been financing models.    After lots of research we have decided that we prefer to run our operations on the basis of building a community that believes in what we are trying to do and wants to feel part of our success.   Therefore for a small annual contribution you could be part of helping us.   There are two key ways to support with funding



1. You can subscribe as a Friend of the I Matter Framework 

CLICK HERE TO BECOME A FRIEND OR MAKE A DONATION

You will

+ Receive a termly newsletter describing what we have been able to do with our Friends of the I Matter Framework funds and

+ An invitation to a termly webinar in which we will talk about our ongoing projects and offer a chance to ask questions

We direct our Friends of the i Matter Framework funds towards our community development work and to support growth of our outreach work



2.  You can make a donation to the Child and Family Bursary Scheme


In the last couple of years, in the face of severe restrictions on funds, we have become incredibly aware of the pressures on the professionals and parents we most want to support. The I Matter Child and Family Bursary scheme has been set up as a fund to make it possible for us to raise funds so that we can offer support with training costs to professionals and parents who want to learn but are facing very stretched resources.   


We have set up a separate fundraising structure (an unincorporated association) that manages our bursary schemes includng a general fund to help us support those who want to access training at an affordable rate.   The bursary scheme runs three funds:

Fund 1: for bursaries for sharing I Matter training with small schools

Fund 2: for bursaries for I Matter Parents-Carers on low incomes

Fund 3: for general project development fund including core costs 


The truth is that with a reliable amount of money flowing in we will feel able to share this training with more people. We know that the people who need this training most are often those under the most pressure so every penny counts

If you want more detail about exactly how the money is used please click here see more about our Financial Structures



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HOW DOES I MATTER TRAINING IMPACT EXACTLY?

It's quite simple really - we offer resources and encourage people to take time to think and learn about what is happening around them..

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OUTCOMES AMD IMPACT (COMING SOON)

We carefully gather evidence of the impact of I Matter Training using a variety of formats and will be presenting more here very shortly.

Get Started: Learn why healthy adult-child relationships and healthy communities matter for mental health, positive behaviour and healthy child development at home and in school. Then.. Take Stock and Go for Results.

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