We are so grateful for you choosing to fundraise for The Leanne Fund and we want to support you all the way.
So to make life a little easier, we've created a toolkit to help you build your fundraising event.
From top tips to promoting your event, this handy toolkit below has it all to get your fundraising started!
Tips & Advice
Whether big or small, the key to a successful fundraising event is planning. See our 'Planning advice' section for more information.
Promoting your Fundraiser
To help make your fundraising a success, you’ll get need plenty of people to show their support. Use every form of communication and promotion available to let people know about your fundraising activity and that you need their help to raise as much money as possible. See our 'Promoting your fundraising' section for ways on which you could spread the word.
Raise Money Online with Just Giving
Creating an online fundraising page is a quick and easy way to collect money and manage your fundraising. More information on 'Just Giving'.
Workplace Fundraising Ideas
There are hundreds of ways to get your colleagues involved in fundraising for The Leanne Fund. From simple dress down Fridays, to swapping jobs, or organising your own bake-off, there’s something for every workplace. See our 'Workplace fundraising ideas' section for more information.
A-Z Fundraising Ideas
Our exciting 'A–Z of fundraising' ideas has lots of ideas for younger children and for teenagers – there’s bound to be an idea there to inspire anyone.
Use our sponsorship form to collect donations for your fundraising event. You can also collect donations online by creating your own JustGiving page. 'Sponrship Forms'.
Press Release Template
Download our 'Press release template' and spread the word about your fundraising event – all you need to do is add the details of your event.
When organising a fundraising activity, it's not worth taking any risks with safety or the law. Please take care at your event and note that it's your responsibility to make sure your event is safe and complies with any relevant authorities. Check our 'Legalities' section for things you might need to consider.