Join the SNJ Squad as a “Patron” and get exclusive content!

Join us as an SNJ Squad “Patron” and get exclusive content!

Running SNJ takes time and money. As volunteers, we don't mind spending time making the site as useful as possible, but we need your help to keep it online. We have a brilliant new offering that means if you become a regular donor to the site, you will get some exclusive content as a thank you

  • buy the webinar
  • Clervaux Trust
  • Become an SNJ Squad patron
  • We want to make sure you can easily access the information you need to make the best decisions for your family

Tell me more...

We’ll never charge for our articles that we put out every week, because we want everyone to be able to access information whatever their situation. However, there is a cost to running SNJ and the reality is, we are just not going to be able to keep doing it without help, including providing printed leaflets and funding travel to events to give them out. That’s just life, unfortunately. While we are registered as a non-profit, we're not a charity (and we do not want to be one, or a CIC. We need to be free to say what needs to be said). This means, however, that grants are often limited, so we need to find a model that works for us - and for you.

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How you can help

There are two ways you can be regular donators: via PayPal Donate or via Patreon, a platform that enables creators like us at SNJ to offer additional content exclusively for members who pay a small monthly subscription. We’ve set this at a minimum of £5 (though Patreon will bill in US$. Our existing monthly PayPal donators (we love you) will automatically be included to get the extra content, without having to make any change on their end.

While lots of organisations have celebrity ‘patrons’ we’re using it in the traditional sense (see image)

Image shows definition: 1. countable noun A patron is a person who supports and gives money to artists, writers, or musicians. Catherine the Great was a patron of the arts and sciences.
Definition screenshot from Collins

What will I get for my donation?

A donation is usually given freely, but to say thank you, patrons will receive an exclusive monthly newsletter will include a round-up of our posts, and the best of the month’s SEND news that you may have missed. There’ll also hopefully be special offers/discounts too. Here is December 2019's newsletter for an example - it's pretty comprehensive

December 19

We’ll be offering webinars soon and patrons will get free access, whereas non-patrons will have to pay a fee. Again, members can send in suggested topics and we will source people to give them from our extensive network of contacts.

We think this is a positive way to enable us to grow - and to continue - and for members to get something extra too. We hope you agree. We don’t think £5 a month is too much to set the membership at, but if you can’t afford that, we can send you some ways that may help.

If you don’t want to join and don’t want extra stuff, but you’d still like to show your appreciation for the 12 years of work we’ve put into helping people with SEND, you can still make a one-off donation via PayPal. But seriously, why wouldn’t you want fab extra stuff? (read on to find how to be a patron via paypal)

  • Books SNJ recommends
  • SNJ FLOW CHARTS
  • SEND Community Alliance Join us
  • Neurodiversity Celebration Week

Where do I sign up?

Why thank you! It’s simple. Just click the button below and follow the prompts. Patreon on the left, PayPal on the right. Please note, there is space to make a donation of more than £5 (😉, but should you enter an amount on PayPal that is less than the £5 minimum, you won't be added as a Patron for the exclusive content.

Become a Patron!

You'll be taken to the Patreon site to complete your subscription. Thanks!

PayPal: please pay the processing fee of a few pence, otherwise the donation we receive is less than £5, which is less than the minimum donation for the Squad Patrons. 🙂



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