Donate for Free

You can now support the work Positive Steps undertakes in the community without it costing you a single penny.

Do your online shopping through www.easyfundrasing.org.uk and choose Positive Steps as your nominated charity. Then simply choose from over 3000 online retailers including Amazon, John Lewis and Sainsbury’s, and Positive Steps will receive a cash donation from that retailer. It costs you absolutely nothing. You can even book holidays and compare insurance when your renewal comes around.

If dining out is more your thing then you can get involved too. Book your table through www.charitablebookings.org and the restaurant will donate £1 per diner to Positive Steps. Again, this costs you nothing at all and you can even build up reward points.

Donating to charity has never been easier, cheaper, more fun or better tasting. You can do it all from the comfort of your own armchair and still make a huge difference to the lives of young people and families in Oldham. 

Challenge 2017 - Race to the Stones

Proud Sponsors of Positive Steps - Race to the Stones

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2017 will see Positive Steps attempt to raise £10,000 for the Oldham Young Carers service - recent winners of a “Pride in Oldham” award.

There will be a plethora of fund-raising events over the course of the next 6 months culminating in July when 9 members of Positive Steps staff will run the “Race to the Stones”, a gruelling 2-day ultra-marathon covering 100km along the Ridgeway, one of the oldest paths in Britain. 5 more will be walking the route.

The runners and walkers will kick-off the 6-month period of fund-raising on the 17th February with a 9-mile run & walk from the Positive Steps offices in Ashton & Rochdale to the head office on Union Street, Oldham.

Other events will include:

Read more: Challenge 2017 - Race to the Stones

Step Up

To keep our partners and local businesses up to date with what is happening at Positive Steps, we produce  a quarterly newsletter - STEP UP.

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