Fundraise for TCF
Sponsorship events such as a run or organised bike ride
The simplest way to ask for the donations is through JustGiving, a web based system which make it easy for you to set up your fundraising page and for people to make donations (and add Gift Aid too). The donations come straight to our charity without you having to collect the funds.*
All our available fundraising events are listed here : The Compassionate Friends | Events | Fundraising events (tcf.org.uk)
*(We want to thank you for supporting us by fundraising. We appreciate that whilst this can be a lovely way to honour your child, sibling or grandchild, at the same time, we know too that setting up a page or fundraiser in memory of your child can be upsetting in that it reinforces your reality. Please do remember that you are warmly welcome to call our Helpline for listening support and empathy on 0345 123 2304 (10 am – 4 pm, 7-10 pm, every day and always answered by a bereaved parent who is here to listen). If the line is busy, please do leave your name and number and the next available Helpline team member will call you back as soon as they can.)
Coffee mornings, dinners, raffles and other non-sponsored events.
Please do consider helping us by organising an event to fundraise and raise awareness of TCF. It can be great fun and a wonderful opportunity to get together with friends whilst doing something really worthwhile!
Whatever you decide to do, please make sure it is:
- Safe – both for you and everyone else involved
- Legal – there are laws governing raffles, bars and particularly food
Please note that events usually need public liability insurance in place. TCF’s insurance policy will probably cover you but in order to check we will need details of the event and a risk assessment form (we can provide a sample form and guidance on completing it) at least 30 days prior to the event.
We have a range of promotional materials including charity collecting tins so please contact us for these.
Getting the money you raise to TCF
Transfer the money directly into our bank account using the following details:
Bank Name: CAF
Account Name: The Compassionate Friends
Sort Code: 40-52-40
Account No: 00010715
If you do make a bank transfer, please let us know the amount and date of the online donation.
Post us a cheque (made payable to The Compassionate Friends) to: The Compassionate Friends, Kilburn Grange, Priory Park Road, London NW6 7UJ.
If you have any questions, do contact us on 0345 120 3785 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Publicity for events
TCF can help promote your event
- On the public sections of our website
- Through social media on our Facebook pages and Twitter feed
- In our charity newsletter ‘TCF News’ which is circulated quarterly to TCF members
- In our quarterly newsletter for TCF volunteers
Do send details of your event and fundraising as soon as you can to email@example.com.
When you have completed your fundraising event please send us some details including the amount raised and pictures so we can tell everyone about your fantastic work and inspire others!
You can also request a Compassionate Friends branded t shirt for your challenge. These can be personalised.
Raise money for free ONLINE
Help us raise funds for free when you shop online with easyfundraising
Go to https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/1082335-0 to raise money for TCF when you shop with Amazon.
If you have a Nectar card you can donate your points to us via Crowdfunder here:
The Weather Lottery
The Weather Lottery helps charities and good causes across the UK. It's a great way to support TCF with as little as £1 a week - and there's a chance you could win £25,000! Click here to find out how to play.
Recycle for charity
Raise money for TCF and protect the environment at the same time by sending your inkjet cartridges to Recycle4Charity. Click here for more information.
Please note that TCF cannot take responsibility for losses incurred by fundraising.
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