Fundraise

USEFUL RESOURCES:

See Reset’s Fundraising Guide for ideas

WHAT SUPPORT CAN WE OFFER?

Support with funds

If funds are an issue, but your group could otherwise take on the commitments of being a sponsor, Sponsor Refugees may be able to help. We could link you to people or groups who can’t give the time to sponsoring, but could help financially. Contact community.sponsorship@citizensuk.org

Intermediate support while setting up a bank account

You may want to start fundraising immediately, but do not yet have a dedicated bank account. To help you get started, you can fundraise through our on-line page. We can ringfence your funds and transfer them to you as soon as you have a bank account. Contact us to arrange this.

The government requires you to show that you have £9,000 in a ringfenced account. It may be that once you budget, you feel you will need more money than that – in London, we recommend that you aim for £12,000 due to the high costs of living.

We recommend that fundraising is an early task, because organising fundraising events and activities is a great way for your group to bond. There are many ways of raising funds these days and most sponsoring groups enjoy the process.

 

Croeso Llantwit's book sale raised £1000   Whitehead Small World did a sponsored run South Leicestershire held an 80's Disco

Refugee ReSettleMent Group completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks - in the snow! Peckham Sponsors Refugees held an outdoor cinema screening of Human Flow

Bude Refugee Support asked 150 people to donate £5 a month for 20 months

Al Rayan Staff Group held a bake sale at work

KSMIC Birmingham made this fantastic promotional video Whitechapel Welcomes did a sponsored Boxing Day dip in the sea
     

 


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