There are all kinds of ways in which you can raise funds for Facial Palsy UK. Whether you have limited time to spare or want to fundraise all year round, we will be very glad of your support. Every penny makes a difference.
If you are looking for fundraising inspiration, here are some ideas.
Do you enjoy dining out? Reserve your table via ChariTable Bookings and we will receive £1 for every diner at no extra cost to you. Find out more.
Charity tea parties
Always popular if they involve cake! Why not invite friends round and provide them with tea/coffee and cake in return for a donation to Facial Palsy UK?
Some churches have retiring collections for charities. If you attend church, ask if they would consider supporting Facial Palsy UK.
Eat, drink and raise money! Provide a meal and ask your guests to donate what they would have paid for a meal in a restaurant. Find out more.
If your employer supports charities, ask if they would consider Facial Palsy UK. Dress down days and cake sales are popular choices. Or perhaps they have a charity of the month scheme you could put Facial Palsy UK forward for?
Fundeo Snail Racing
Fundeo create Snail Racing Race Night DVD kits. Find out more.
Do you have an old car which needs scrapping? Giveacar is a not-for-profit social enterprise that helps you donate your old car to the charity of your choice. Find out more.
Some people request donations to Facial Palsy UK instead of receiving birthday, Christmas or anniversary presents.
Raffles are always popular, but be sure to follow the guidelines from the Institute of Fundraising to ensure all legal requirements are followed. More information is available in our Fundraising Information Pack.
Support Facial Palsy UK by collecting sponsorship monies to support your efforts with an event or challenge. e.g. bike rides, marathons, half-marathons, ultra races, swims, Three Peaks Challenge, etc. We can provide sponsorship forms or you can fundraise online using Virgin Money Giving.
Important information about Skydives
Due to the potential dangers of the sport, we cannot provide support for people taking part in parachute jumps or similar extreme activities. This is due to the serious legal and insurance implications for this kind of activity. If people would like to take part in a Skydive to raise funds ‘in aid of’ Facial Palsy UK then they will need to organise this in their own personal capacity. This kind of activity is not covered by our insurance policy.
Helping you with your fundraising
Some of our fundraising materials currently available are:
- Collecting tins
- Collecting buckets
- Lapel stickers
- Sponsorship forms
- Facial Palsy UK information leaflets
If you would like more information about fundraising or would like to be put in touch with local people who also want to fundraise for Facial Palsy UK, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guide – Fundraising Information Pack – gives details about things for individual fundraisers to consider when putting on an event, holding a raffle, sponsorship guidelines and more. An individual fundraiser raises money ‘in aid of’ Facial Palsy UK.
Last reviewed: 27-11-2016 || Next review due: 27-11-2018