Do you have a personal best you’d like to smash? Do you love to promote healthy living? Maybe you even have a personal achievement bucket list? What could be better than combining something you love, with supporting a local worthy cause!
To help reach the £1 million target each year we rely on our community and are extremely grateful for the many people who choose to fundraise for us. There are many ways to support Hospice at Home West Cumbria and our fundraising team will work with you to help ensure that you raise the most money possible from your fundraising initiatives and that you are fully aware of what the money you donate will help us to achieve.
How can you help?
If you are a keen athlete and regularly participate in sporting events, as well as setting your own personal challenge targets, why not set yourself a fundraising target and raise sponsorship for Hospice at Home West Cumbria?
You may want to organise your own fundraising event and involve your friends, family and colleagues. Let us know what you want to do and together we will work out how to make it happen.
How we can help you
We can provide you with everything you need to help you smash your sponsorship goals or organise your own fundraising event. Please click on the links below to download some great tools:
- Fundraising Guide
- A-Z of fundraising ideas
- Poster template
- Sponsor form
- Event ticket template
- Fundraising materials order form
- Fundraising hints and tips
We can also provide the following:
- Help with JustGiving and other donation pages
- Promotion on our website and social media
- A press release to promote the work you are doing for us
- Promotional materials such as posters, balloons, stickers and our beautiful sunflowers to sell
Remember, every penny raised stays within West Cumbria.
We would love to hear from you so please give our fundraising team a ring on 01900 873173.
Already planning your own event?
Give us a call on 01900 873173 or email us to tell us what you’re doing and we’ll create an event page to promote your activity: