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Fundraise for us

From a sponsored cycle ride to a charity coffee morning, fundraising events are a great way that you can raise money for acet UK, and build awareness of our work at the same time.

Here are a few tips and tools to help you on your way:

  • Let us know that you are fundraising for us, as we may be able to help publicise your event and provide you with materials about our work to share with your supporters.
  • You can set up a fundraising page with Give.net: select acet UK as your charity, and allow your family and friends to sponsor your event, by credit or debit card, from anywhere in the world.
  • If you are running a sponsored event, please download the official acet UK sponsor form here.
  • Don't forget to ask the supporters of your event to Gift Aid their donations. Gift Aid allows us to claim back the tax on any eligible donation that you receive – this could mean an extra 25p for every £1 you raise. Find out more about Gift Aid and download a Gift Aid form here.
  • Check with your employer to see if they can match the amount you’ve raised, so you can double the total.

Here's some examples of what our supporters have been doing to fundraise for acet UK:

12 year old Finn organised a sponsored 15 mile cycle ride with his family, and raised over £500 in sponsorship. He set up a GiveNet sponsorship page, so that wider family who didn't live nearby could pledge their support, and used Facebook to ask friends to sponsor him.

His dad’s employer then matched the total raised, so Finn’s final total exceeded £1000!

 

 

 

 

For the past five summers, Angela and Douglas have held an Open House to raise funds for acet's work. They serve cream teas and provide fun and games, such as last year's 'Splat the Vicar!' With Gift Aid, donations received at this year's Open House totalled £3891!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ian put on a concert at his church, which gave one of his students the chance to perform their diploma recital. By asking for donations at the event and encouraging supporters to complete Gift Aid declarations, Ian raised £414!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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