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Fundraising ideas

There are so many ways you can raise money to help us be there for victims of crime.

Here are a few ideas to help you get started on your fundraising journey.

At work

Wear red day

Hold a ‘dress red’ day, raffle challenge, bake off or cake sale, or get all your colleagues together for a staff quiz night!

Sign up today for your free fundraising pack to get started.

If you’re interested becoming a corporate partner please get in touch by email.

At school

Children dressed as superheroesDress as a superhero for the day or take our Street Smart Quiz and turn it into a fundraising challenge!

For more details on support and resources for young people, please visit our You & Co site.

Sign up today for your free fundraising pack.

Food, glorious food

A cupcake with red icing

Hold a cake sale or bake off event, or invite friends and family over for a ‘come dine with me’ dinner party.

If you’re looking to challenge yourself, try giving up something you enjoy (chocolate, alcohol, social media…) and ask friends to sponsor you.

If you’re planning an event, don’t forget food hygiene! Visit the Food Standards Agency for practical advice.

Collections and raffles

If you’re planning to bucket collect at your local supermarket or fete, organise a raffle or host a pub quiz, get in touch and we can help you with merchandise, ideas and keeping your event safe and legal.

Sports events and tournaments

People dressed as Santa taking part in a fun run

From a sponsored Santa run to a five-a-side tournament, we’re here to help you challenge yourself for victims of crime.

Sign up for one of our challenge events, or plan your own 24 for 24 challenge.

If you’re organising your own event or tournament, get in touch with us to receive your free fundraising pack. 

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