Fundraise with friends & family
There are many fun and easy ways that you can raise money to support our work. Every pound you raise helps us to support the 20,000 people in the UK that are diagnosed with bladder cancer every year.
As a small charity, we are grateful for all donations and fundraising efforts. Thank you!
Here are just a few ideas for different ways you could raise money for us. We’re sure you have your own brilliant ideas.
- Hairy? Time for a trim? You or a family member might consider a sponsored hair/beard cut / legshave. The more hair, the better!
- Run a raffle – this doesn’t always need to be tired drinks at the back of the larder – it could be a glamorous hamper, some fun collections of orange items, a week in a holiday home. You'll need local licences for this, which we can help with. Please get in touch (see contact details below.)
- Do you have a unique item that could be auctioned for Fight Bladder Cancer? We can provide the platform and share the responsibility for advertising the item.
Set up an online fundraising page
If you are doing a sponsored event or are asking for donations, why not set up an online fundraising page through Enthuse, our preferred fundraising platform. It’s an easy way to collect funds.
It’s really easy to set up but please do contact us if you need any assistance.
Please get in touch at email@example.com if you also need sponsorship forms, posters etc. for your event
Are your children up for our chore challenge?
Set your young people a challenge of household jobs – whether it’s emptying the dishwasher, hoovering, taking out the bins or more. Set them a minimum number of jobs, raise some sponsorship and sit back and relax! Sign up here!
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