There are many ways you can support SAYT:
SAYT depends on the grace of God to keep us going, and we really do appreciate your prayer support. We believe in the power of prayer and have seen God answer our prayers in our work. Please let us know if you'd like to receive our brief monthly prayer points by email from firstname.lastname@example.org
If you'd be willing to give up a small amount of your time each week or month to come with us as we meet with and encourage our young people, please do get in touch! You don't need any qualifications, just a passion for seeing God work and a good sense of humour! In particular, we're always looking for new volunteers to help our Thursday night detached work at Greatness Park. Contact Julie@sayt.org.uk to find out more, or download and return the response form below.
We're also on the look out for prospective trustees, to oversee the work of SAYT and seek to discover God's will for our work. If you've got a passion for young people and some skills or experience to help, please get in touch!
SAYT depends almost entirely on donations - from churches in the Sevenoaks district, individuals and intrepid people who take on sponsored events like the dragon boat race > to fund our work. Thank you all so much for your support!
If you or your church, family, business, club would like to fund our youth work please email Chris Stiven email@example.com or download and return the response form above ^ to find out how. Do complete our Gift Aid form > if you pay income tax/CGT. We appreciate one-off donations, standing orders or if you'd like us to be your charity of the year.
SAYT relies on a few supporters, volunteers and trustees to promote our work. We need local people willing to be advocates or ambassadors - to tell others of our work: to champion young people and SAYT. Please invite people to events, to volunteer, to watch our film or arrange a talk and film. Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. Thanks!
Have you seen the SAYT film yet? Do listen to Callum talking about his African Cycle Challenge event last year! This year Stephen Scott is doing 15 day challenge of nearly 1000 km - that's no mean feat in challenging terrain and climate - particularly for someone with a recent knee replacement!