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Every penny you donate could enhance a young person’s experience and future

Fair Train is a passionate organisation that wants everyone from the employer to the young person to understand that Work Experience, Traineeships and Apprenticeships have more to them than meets the eye.

Work Experience, Traineeships and Apprenticeships exist to help employers upskill their organisation and help young people make the important transition into paid employment. Helping a young person find their niche and start their career is key at Fair Train, which is why we introduced the Work Experience Quality Standard – amongst other activities – to help benefit young people, employers and training providers.

We want to lower youth unemployment, which starts with the level of training and experience offered within the workplace.

Fair Train is a charity which relies on external funding. We need your help to continue supporting young people into employment!

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Fair Train has many different ways to help you to raise money to support young people:

  • Easy Fundraising - Shop online to your heart's content and a small donation comes to us. 
  • Wish Genie - Help us make young people's wishes come true. 
  • My Charity Page - The smallest amount can make the biggest difference. 
  • Fundraiser Pack - Get in on the action yourself and use our fundraiser pack to start your campaign 

Remember Fair Train is here to help you every step of the way. We want you to feel comfortable and confident when fundraising for us. Make today the day you make a difference

Help us find the ‘missing million’*

Make your mark on our future!

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*http://www.policy-network.net/pno_detail.aspx?ID=4454&title=The-missing-million 

Fair Tra
in is a regulated member of the Fundraising Standards Board, and we are accountable for our fundraising. We promise to always be honest, open and accountable in our fundraising, helping you to give with confidence. For more information, visit www.frsb.org.uk.