Help us to support young people
Woodcraft Folk is needed more than ever in these difficult times – the demand for our work is increasing as children and families are faced with isolation from friends, school and community.
With the closure of both our regular weekly group nights and our amazing outdoor activity centres, we are appealing for donations so we can continue to support thousands of young people across the UK.
Young people supported each week
“I really like Woodcraft because I have made so many good friends, and without it I probably wouldn't have met them. Even if I had I wouldn't have been as close because on camps you really have time to bond.”
“Woodcraft means I get to see and speak to people who are not my family. This makes me happy. I like talking, playing games and making stuff. It keeps my mind off Corona.”
“It’s an excuse to forget about this weird situation and just laugh out loud with my best friends. Just seems different to the quarantine time loop. Whoop whoop woodcraft see you next week.”
“The Zoom meetings make me feel really grateful because even though we are not seeing our friends in real life, it makes me happy that we can still see them. And the activities are very different from what we usually do but still very fun and enjoyable.”
“I like [online Woodcraft meetings] 'cos you get to hang out with your friends when you can't see them any other time.”
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