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Fundraising Your Way

Over to you! We’re always amazed by how imaginative and innovative our supporters are, bringing in so many exciting projects and events. Be as creative as you can be – we’re here to support you all the way!

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At Nottinghamshire Hospice, we pride ourselves on our creativity when it comes to fundraising. Our specialist fundraising team are only too pleased to get involved and help bring your ideas to life.

That’s why our team are here to support you with Fundraising Your Way. Whatever you choose, we want you to really enjoy your fundraising. After all, it’s as much about the experience as it is about the money!

How do we help?

We can provide you with resources such as buckets, stickers, banners and posters – and we can promote your activity via our social media channels. We can also provide advice on the legalities of certain fundraising activities, raffles, auctions, and putting on events.

And, if you’re a teacher looking for activities for your class, we have lots of school fundraising ideas that are both fun and educational.

If you’d like to organise a fundraising activity but aren’t quite sure what you’d like to do, then get in touch for some suggestions. Popular activities include:

  • Bake sales
  • Fancy dress days
  • Sponsored fun runs
  • Dinner parties
  • Raffles
  • Quiz nights
  • ‘Donate your birthday’ with a Facebook fundraiser

Get in touch

Ready to roll or looking for ideas? Get in touch via the form below or contact our community fundraiser, Rebecca Taylor, on rebecca.taylor@nottshospice.org or 0115 910 1008 ext 295.

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