Fly The Phoenix is our dedicated charity registered in England and Wales (Registered Charity Number: 1148531). It is run voluntarily by our founders Dom and Doreen Williams meaning all donations reach their intended target – The Phoenix Projects.
Fly The Phoenix has a zero-tolerance stance towards corruption, bribery or fraud.
This year’s Appeal aims to raise £10,000 ($13,000) for classroom educational materials for all our schools in 2017. For more information, please click here.
Fly The Phoenix Trustees’ Annual Report 31st December 2015
Fly The Phoenix Trustees’ Annual Report 31st December 2014
Fly The Phoenix Trustees’ Annual Report 31st December 2013
With a fundraising target of £130,000 ($180,000) each year, we have thought of lots of ways you can keep in touch and support us. Have a look at the links below to see how you would like to support your projects and please contact us with any questions.
For information on how to donate from the UK and other non-US countries please click here. For all US donations, which include Paypal, please click here.
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A regular donation
A regular donation is simple and easy to set up yet is one of the kindest gifts you can give. It is a gift that keeps on giving, every month. That keeps on giving fruit, a hot meal, safe drinking water or a teacher to a child who desperately needs your support. Something as small as the price of a chocolate bar or a cup of coffee, once a month, could make the world of difference to the children.
A single donation
A single donation to one of our projects can be a chance for you to make a big difference to a specific project. By donating to Phoenix you know that your gift will be spent on something really special that helps the children build on their education.
Business can play a huge role in educating children and supporting communities, we would love to work with you. We work with a number of organisations to address key educational issues. We have such a diverse range of services which need supporting we are certain, together, we can find something that fits both our projects and your aims.
Do a challenge
If you fancy taking on a charity challenge for your favourite project then join us here on the ground. If you are looking for something closer to home there are many fund runs, 10ks, half marathons, marathons, triatholons, swimming challenges, half iron, full iron and more events around the world so have a look what is close to you.
Run an event
Love drinking tea, running races or climbing mountains on your hands instead of your feet? Whatever you love doing, do it for Phoenix! Holding an event and inviting all of your friends and family to come along is a great way to make a huge difference to one of the projects.
Schools to schools
We have links with some schools in the UK and have enjoyed a relationship with them over many years. It would be great to forge more links in the future.
Fund a teacher whilst out with friends
“If I can combine a curry, some beers, and help the project, it sounds like a perfect night out!” – Nick Barker for Phoenix Nicaragua. The idea is to eat and drink and enjoy a normal night out and when the bill/check arrives, you all match your own part and the proceeds will go towards paying for a month’s salary of one of our 40 local teachers.
Make a big gift
If you are interested in supporting us with a larger donation then we would love to talk to you in person so that we can find the best way we can support each other.
Leave a gift in your will
Leaving a gift in your will to The Phoenix Projects is a very special way to support these children. Even just a small percentage of what is left in your will after you have taken care of your family and friends might not seem much to you, but it could make a huge difference to the project of your choice.
Trusts and Foundations
We are working hard at the moment to find trusts and foundations who are interested in working with us to provide free education to indigenous and marginalised communities as well as to put sustainable programmes in place to ensure these projects are run, by the communities, for as long as they are needed. If you are a trust or foundation that is interested in working with us then please do get in touch.