Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. (Fund number 0126) is part of Oxford Hospitals Charity (Registered charity number 1175809). This is the I.M.P.S. umbrella charity.
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.
Download our handy Information For Supporters (pdf; 14.6 MB) for more ideas and help.
As the I.M.P.S. umbrella charity manages a large number of funds for different hospital departments, please make sure that if you are donating by cheque or BACS that you make it clear that the donation is to go to Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. 0126. If you are making a donation from a school, please name the school the donation is from. This will ensure that your donation goes to the correct place, we can thank you personally and that I.M.P.S. benefits from it immediately.
Set up a standing order
Steady regular donations from our supporters in the way of a monthly or annual donation is key to the future of Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. It helps us to continue to deliver emergency life skills to children from over 220 Primary and Special needs schools. You can donate as little as £3 per month. The easiest way to donate regularly is to set up a direct debit or standing order, please remember to quote fund number 0126 – I.M.P.S. Click here to open the PDF form. You can either return it by post or email.
I.M.P.S. is currently free to state primary schools in Oxfordshire, however, 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.
Information For Supporters
Information about the work carried out by I.M.P.S., plus some ways to get involved.
Run Jodi Run!
Jodi's marathon challenge
Hello! My name is Jodi, I live in Faringdon and I’m Mum to two girls (14 and 11) who have both enjoyed and benefitted from I.M.P.S. as Year 6 pupils.
I started running about six years ago when I decided to improve my fitness with Couch to 5k. It was the best thing I have ever done for myself and since then, running has become a really important part of my life.
I am a run leader for our local ‘Far Runners’ run club in Faringdon, and enjoy supporting others to find their own love of running. I’ve taken on a few big challenges these last few years including Race to the Stones and Race to the King, 100km ultra marathons. London Marathon has been a goal for me, even before I started running, so I’m thrilled to be supporting the vital work of I.M.P.S. whilst getting the chance to be a part of the London Marathon 2022.
Please contact us if you want to support Jodi or any of our fantastic marathon runners.