Want to get involved?
We all need someone to be there, to listen. I try to do just that.
Ana, Youth Session Volunteer
We are always looking for enthusiastic people to join our youth hub and after-school teams. If you can help us, we can provide you with training, support and parties!
Can you spare a few hours a week to hang out with young people, playing games, doing cooking or listening to them? There are so many different projects to get involved with, both face-to-face and behind the scenes, just email to find out more, or check out our vacancies.
We rely on the generous donations of individuals and communities to enable us to continue running and developing our provision, as well as increasing the number of young people we work with. So, if you’d like to run a race, hold a bake sale or jump out of a plane, raising vital funds for Matrix while you do, then we’d be happy to support you!
With Easy Fundraising, you can shop in over 4,000 online retailers including John Lewis, Argos, Uswitch, eBay, and M&S. But when you shop through Easy Fundraising they will donate to us every time you shop online!
- Follow this link to EasyFundraising
- Click on ‘support this cause’ and follow the instructions
- Add the donation reminder to your browser and shop as usual.
Amazon Smile can donate to Matrix every time you shop, at no cost to you! Buy exactly same products at the same prices but Amazon will donate some of the purchase price to Matrix projects!
You can easily declutter your house and turn your unwanted items into donations. To get started just follow the simple instructions below:
- Download the Ziffit app
- Scan the barcodes of your products
- Select ‘The Matrix Trust’ at checkout
- Drop off or send your items to Ziffit
- The value of your items will be donated to Matrix
Lynsday ran the Virtual London Marathon in 2020 and 2021 in aid of Matrix!
“Giving our young people support and also the tools they might need to nurture good mental health I feel is very important! I feel very honoured to support this wonderful Charity”.
“I am pleased to say that I completed my 30-mile challenge in 10 hours. It was a privilege to raise money for Matrix, who are providing a lifeline for vulnerable young people across the Guildford Borough”.