Anyone, any age can become a ‘Friend of Fly Cup’. Whether you are in work, education, retired or just wanting to get out the house you will be kept busy, learn new skills and have fun!
By becoming a ‘Friend’ you will play a vital role in supporting and organising events, whilst providing us with the resources to offer additional opportunities for even more adults with learning disabilities living in our community.
You can help out as little or often as you desire and can choose which activities you would like to be involved with. Whether that be attending the ‘Mile a Day Walk’ with the trainees, helping out at our weekly pop up shops, promoting and supporting fundraising events, supporting trainees in our coffee shop, kitchen and bakery and lots more.
If you are aged 12-25 you can have the opportunity to gain Saltire Awards. These are nationally recognised certificates rewarding young people for their commitment, contribution and achievements thus allowing you to develop your CV. For more information about Saltire Awards please visit www.saltireawards.org.uk.
What do our Friends do?
- Organise, promote and support fundraising events
- Sell at our pop-up shops
- Serving at functions/events
- Help in our coffee shop, kitchen and bakery
- Attend our ‘Mile a Day Walk’ with the trainees
- Bring new ideas and skills
What are the benefits of being a Friend?
- An exclusive ‘Friend of Fly Cup’ shopper bag
- To be part of the Fly Cup family
- The opportunity to develop your skills further
- Make new friends
- Attend social events
- Receive updates
What does it Cost?
It is free to become a ‘Friend of Fly Cup’.
How to become a Friend?
If you would like to become a Friend of Fly Cup please enter your details below. Please note we will not share your personal details with third parties. Once you have submitted the form we will then get in contact with you to arrange a day to discuss your availability/skills/interests etc.
For more information about the Friends of Fly Cup programme please do not hesitate to contact us.