Girls Out Loud is a Community Interest Company. This means we are a not for profit organisation with a community wide agenda and an interest in creating real social change.
Our registered address is:
3rd Floor, The Lexicon. Mount Street, Manchester. M2 5NT
Our company number is 722574 and we were incorporated on 16 April 2010.
We cannot accept any liability for any events you decide to do so if this is on a grand scale you may want to think about insurance.
You can send any money raised as a cheque made payable to Girls Out Loud CIC and send to:
Girls Out Loud CIC, 3rd Floor, The Lexicon. Mount Street, Manchester. M2 5NT or you can pay via an online transfer into our bank account at Unity Trust – Sort code: 60 83 01 Account Number: 20244972 or pay into our paypal account via this link here.
We will always send you a receipt on request and include as many stories as we can in our regular newsletter Shout Out and post your efforts on our social media platforms.
As The Girls Out loud Foundation is managed by Forever Manchester, when you set up your Just Giving Page it must be directed to them, however it is important your donors know you are raising money for Girls Out Loud and not the wider Forever Manchester Fund so here are guidelines on setting up your page:
At the end of your event Forever Manchester will collect all the funds you have raised and add on the relevant gift aid and then transfer all the money to the Girls Out Loud Foundation.
Any queries or help in setting up your page email firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are some ideas/things that have been done before….Challenge yourself physically – sky dives, fun runs, dog walks, hill climbs and even mountain treks. Get healthy, get fit, get on ya bike and get moving!
Let’s party – invite your family, friends, work colleagues and wider network to meet and chat at afternoon teas, pub quizzes, karaoke nights, murder mystery dinners, curry nights, car-boot sales, treasure hunts, fashion shows etc
Get creative – dye your hair purple for a month, compete in a chocolate eating contest, host a silly sports day, challenge your boss to some sort of dual, have a dress down day or non uniform day.
And remember your employer may match whatever your raise and/or may also support our cause so no harm in asking.