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From cake sales to skydives, get inspired and find a fundraising idea that works for you.
We can help you with everything you need to make your activity go brilliantly. Discover downloadable resources, become inspired by some of the ideas below, or contact your local community fundraising manager for a chat about your own, special fundraising activity.
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Want to fundraise in your own way? For inspiration about different and exciting ways to raise money for Child Bereavement UK, click on any of the ideas below. You’ll find downloadable resources to help you on your way.
Your idea not listed? Need some support from your Regional Fundraising Manager? Please call 01494 569 048 or email [email protected]ldbereavementuk.org for one-to-one fundraising advice.
Fundraising support from the local business community is vitally important to Child Bereavement UK. It’s also good for your business, helping to enhance your brand and profile within your community. We’ll help you get the most from your efforts by helping to give you some publicity.
We’re always keen to hear your fundraising ideas. However, we also have some ideas for inspiration that can be adapted to suit any size of workforce.
Schools can play an important role in helping raise funds for good causes. With the help of your school, we can reach so many more children when their need is greatest.
Having fundraising support from community groups and clubs is fundamental to Child Bereavement UK. You are the heartbeat of your local communities; places where like-minded people get together to enjoy activities, socialising and shared interests. Whether you are a Golf Club, Bowling Club, Rotary or a Community Group with a shared interest, we would love to have your support. Here are just some suggestions about how you could get involved and make a difference to the children, young people and f