TEXT IMPS96 £5 to 70070 to donate £5.
I.M.P.S. is only partially funded and relies on fundraising and donations to continue teaching emergency life skills to 5,000 Oxfordshire children every year. There are a number of ways you can raise funds for I.M.P.S. Please contact us for more details if you would like to take on a fundraising challenge for I.M.P.S.
- Enter the London Marathon with a golden bond place
- Take on the Ride London Surrey 100 Cycle Challenge
- Join the I.M.P.S. team to abseil down the women’s centre (contact us for details of the next one)
- Bring your friends to our biennial I.M.P.S. ball (next one planned for November 2017!)
If you would rather do something less energetic then there are lots of events you can organise. Here are a few examples.
- Coffee mornings and afternoon tea. Order in some I.M.P.S. cupcakes!
- Wear a bandage to work or school day
- Big night in
- Organise a sweepstake for a sporting event
- Run a pub quiz
- Make a donation at www.justgiving/impsoxford or Text IMPS96 £5 to 70070
Create a fundraising page supporting I.M.P.S. at:
- www.justgiving.com/oxfordradcliffe (our umbrella charity)
I.M.P.S. is currently free to state primary schools in Oxfordshire, however, we only receive partial funding and I.M.P.S. requests a donation or fund-raising activity from every school to ensure their future enrolment.
Be a Fundraising Hero
Ways in which schools can help raise money for Oxfordshire I.M.P.S.
IMPS Information For Supporters
Information about the work carried out by Oxfordshire I.M.P.S., plus some ways to get involved.
Simon and Gareth's story
Going over the edge for I.M.P.S.
Gareth is a year 6 teacher and he knows at first hand how important the I.M.P.S. programme is to his pupils. He and Simon Smith joined the I.M.P.S. abseil team and between them raised over £500 towards I.M.P.S. visits for SS Mary and John School.
Simon said ‘Gareth Keymer teaches my son and how could I refuse the request to be his partner ! Mr K is an inspiration for our sons , and we are happy to be on the team .
It was the first time I ever abseiled, but I did it for I.M.P.S.! I had a double chocolate ice cream to celebrate, and me and Mr Keymer raised a lot of money. I support I.M.P.S. because my family have benefited from the teaching, and as a casualty doctor I know the importance of the skills I.M.P.S. teaches.’
If you would like to join the intrepid gang for the abseil in 2016, please download an entry form here.