Help us raise money all year round

As well as taking part in our events, you can help us raise money day to day, with these shops, websites and schemes.

Easy Fundraising

Easy Fundraising lets you shop just like normal through the 'easyfundraising' app or their website - while earning cashback for the school every time you buy. You'll find thousands of everyday retailers like Tesco, Argos, John Lewis, JustEat, Screwfix and more. It's free and easy to use, and you don't need to provide any personal information or data.

Stamptastic

Stamptastic is the fastest way to name your kids belongings. Stamptastic’s magic ink withholds 50 washes on care labels without fading. Customise your Personalised Name Stamps online and don’t forget to use our code KT125NB or just click this link Stamptastic to earn 15% commission for The Friends. You can also claim a £4.99 discount when you order the 'School Name Labels Deluxe Bundle', using the same code.

Hopscotch Shoe Boutique

Hopscotch Shoes is a wonderful local shop, so if it's time to replace the school shoes, why not visit our friends on Molesey high street. Hopscotch shoes offer a great range for all the family, and a loyalty scheme; plus they donate to our school for every purchase!

My Name Tags

My Name Tags are the UK's number one choice for nametags! Children can choose from a variety of designs, and according to Stamptastic their stamps are 'tough and stay on wash after wash, not just clothes, but also on items such as lunch boxes, bottles and PE bags'. Order now and remember to use our school ID 57195 when you check out.

Stikins

Buy Stikins School Uniform Labels Stikins are multipurpose stick on name labels for clothes, shoes, lunch boxes, pens and school items. Labels are printed and sent the same or next working day, and are listed as 'suitable for washing machines, tumble driers, dishwashers and microwaves'. Order now using the link above or use our school code 1663.

Match Funding

Match Funding is an arrangement between a company and their employees. It refers to where the company pledges a sum of money to a charity relating to the amount an employee has raised or donated, often matched on a pound for pound basis. There are several ways a company may choose to match fund; matching employee's donations, paying for time volunteered, or matching the amount the employee raises while volunteering. The Friends can provide supporting evidence of monies raised or donated by volunteers.

Not all companies offer match funding, but many large PLCs like banks, car manufacturers and supermarkets have the option. It's worth asking every employer, because even if they don't yet have a scheme they may decide to launch one in future. The Friends can provide help and guidance to any employers looking to find out more.