There are so many wonderful ways to help us to continue to support people who have experienced rape or sexual violence. See below for some great fundraising ideas!
There are hundreds of open challenge events for you to get involved in if you’re feeling adventurous. Why not choose to do a challenge for SARSAS. For the more adventurous Charity Challenge have lots of open events that you can get involved in (they would need to be Self Funded). For those who wish to stay closer to home why not try an abseil, join a cycle sportive or enter a team in a dragon boat race!
Hold an Event
Clothes swaps, raffles, bake sales and music fundraisers can be a great way of fundraising as well as being fun for you. Before you start, think about what you want to do, plan the event and try to get others on board to share the workload. Get in touch with us too – we may be able to help!
Have a think about:
- Where will the event be held?
- Who do you want to attend?
- How will it raise money?
- How will you advertise the event?
- What costs are involved?
Don’t forget to use our text giving code at your event for an easy way for people to donate. We can send you posters with the code. To donate £10, text ‘SARS45 £10′ to 70070.
You can donate to SARSAS when you shop online. Its really easy. Just sign up to givingabit.com and choose SARSAS as your charity. The collect a donation from the retailer and it costs you nothing.
To make things really easy, download their‘forgetmenot widget‘ which is really quick and easy to do. Then, every time you visit an online shop that donates via givingabit, click the blue strip that comes up below the URL. Easy!
What support can I get from SARSAS?
Please let us know if you are planning to fundraise for us and we will support you in any way we can. We can publicise your sponsorship page or your event on our social media and website, or we can supply you with info about SARSAS for your event. In some instances we will be able to help with organisation – just get in touch!
We can’t thank you enough for donating your own time and energy towards fundraising for SARSAS.
For some fundraising events you may need a license. Download our ‘Fundraising and the Law’ help sheet to find out more.
A-Z of Fundraising ideas
A: Auction, Antiques fair, Art exhibition
B: Birthday giving, Biking, Babysitting, Book sale, Bake sale, Bodyshop party
C: Climbing, Car cleaning, Cookery lessons, Car boot sale, Coffee morning, Clothes swap
D: Darts tournament, Disco, Dog walking
E: Easter ball, Egg hunt, Eighties night, Ebay your unwanted items
F: Fancy Dress party, Football tournament
G: Golf tournament, Games evening, Give something up
H: Halloween party, House party, Head shaving
I: Indie music night, Indian night
J: Jumble sale, Job swap for the day
K: Kite flying competition, kick-boxing tournament, karaoke night
L: London Marathon, Leg wax, Loose change tin
M: Musical evening, Masked ball, murder mystery evening
N: Netball tournament
O: Odd jobs day, outdoor pursuits, off-road driving
P: Party, Poetry night, Pub quiz, Pampering party, Parachute jump
Q: Quiz night
R: Races, Rally driving, Recipe book, Raffle
S: Skiing, Swimming gala, Salsa night, Scrabble competition, Speed-dating
T: Tennis tournament, Triathalon, Talent show, Tombola, Treasure hunt
U: Underwear on top day (superheroes?)
V: Violin concert, Variety show
W: Walking, wine-tasting evening, World record attempt!
X: Xmas ball, Xmas drinks
Y: Yoga party, Yogathon
Z: Zumba party, zodiac party
Want to talk?
Women and girls
0808 801 0456
Men and boys
0808 801 0464
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