Organise your own fundraising event or challenge
Organising your own charity fundraising event is the perfect way to help raise money for Neuroendocrine Cancer UK. You can do it in your own time, on a date that suits you and in your own way!
Fundraising ideas to inspire you
Sponsored Sporting Event
Organise a sponsored charity sporting event – think football tournaments, golf, a Zumbathon, cycling or rambling.
Auction, Raffle or Quiz
Organise an auction or raffle at your community group, work or school. Hold a face-to-face or virtual charity bingo, quiz or gaming night.
Test your Endurance
Pledge to do 100 sit-ups a day, take on a 10,000 squat challenge, or rally a group of your mates and take on a triathlon.
Black Tie Event
Pull all the stops out and organise an evening fundraising event, such as a dinner dance, concert or black tie ball.
Bake cakes and take them into your place of work in exchange for a donation.
Organise a coffee morning, dress down day or a fancy dress day at school or work.
Arts & Crafts
Feeling creative? You could make your own greeting cards, clothing or artwork and sell to raise funds!
Tell us about your fundraiser or challenge.
Once you’ve decided on your challenge, complete our fundraiser form to let us know that you’re fundraising for us.
Order your free fundraising merchandise
We have a range of merchandise available, including t-shirts, balloons, posters etc. which can be ordered on our fundraising form.
Tell people about your fundraising
Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are great ways to let people know about your fundraising.
Ask your employer if they’ll match your funds?
Did you know that many companies will match what you raise!!! So find out if your employer does Matched Giving!
Keep it legal and safe!
- First Aid – You can get advice about what type of First Aid you might need at your event by contacting a professional medical company: St John’s Ambulance or The British Red Cross
- Food hygiene – Find out more about guidelines for preparing, handing and cooking food by contacting the Food Standards Agency
- Licenses – Some events such as; raffles, lotteries and public money collections require a license. Contact your local authority to check which licences you will need
- Children at your event – Make sure children are properly looked after and have permission to take part from a parent or guardian. Adults looking after children should have carried out appropriate checks
- Data protection – Make sure any electronic or paper records you keep about people involved in a fundraising event complies with the Data Protection Act
- Stay safe! – Adhere to Government guidance and social distancing rules.
Neuroendocrine Cancer UK logo and permission’s letter
When you promote your fundraiser, make sure you make clear that you are fundraising for Neuroendocrine Cancer UK. Our Registered Charity No. is 1092386.
If you’d like to use our logo then please email to request this. We can also provide letters, should you need written evidence that you are fundraising for us.
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