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Donate to RememberOluwale
We have a “no cost to you” way of donating to RememberOluwale
. If you nominate us as your preferred charity on the GiveAsYouLive
website, between 1 and 2% of the price you pay each time you shop online will come to us. It’s a bit of corporate magic. Sign up here.
Almost every shop you can think of is in this scheme.
Give as you Live : Donate now
If you would prefer to make a straight donation, we use Paypal.
Or you can donate to RememberOluwale via our Facebook page.
Volunteer with RememberOluwale
We are a tiny charity with no paid staff. We often need volunteers — particularly at the events we organise. There are some bigger tasks we need help with (especially fundraising and marketing). We have a Volunteer policy
which includes paying for your expenses. If you would like to talk to us about volunteering, please contact us and we will arrange to meet with you.
Join our Newsletter list
We have a Newsletter that is produced about nine times a year. If you’d like to be added to the Mailing List, please contact us by email.
Buy our merchandise
If you are intersted in supporting the charity there are some items of merchandise that may interest you.
Everything you buy results in some income for our charity — thank you! Please email your request and we will get back to you.
Remembering Oluwale Anthology
, edited by SJ Bradley
Available direct from Valley Press
£8.99 (paperback) £3.99 (kindle)
(40x60 inches) posters
(see photos across and on the NEWS page
) for sale:
— David Oluwale headshot
(as used in Rasheed Araeen’s For Oluwale 3
in the 2019 display all over Leeds).
— 50th anniversary events poster
(designed by Andy Edwards).
£15 each, £25 for two (inc p&p)
Become a partner organisation
RememberOluwale invariably works with partner organisations when we organise events or we campaign on the “Oluwale issues” (including mental health, homelessness, racism, asylum/refuge, police malpractice). If your organisation would like to discuss partnership work, please contact us.
It’s a great help to RememberOluwale
if you would ‘like’ us and follow us on social media. Click any or all of these to visit our various platforms: