The Trussell Trust relies on your support to make changing lives possible! The economic crisis means that demand for all our services is continuing to increase. We really need your help to keep up!
Could you do a charity challenge in aid of the Trust? Or to host your own fundraising event for The Trussell Trust?
With your friends, in the office, at school, as a family, or just by yourself... there are so many fun ways to support our work and you have certainly found some crazy, challenging and innovative ways so far!
We would like to say a big THANK YOU to all those who have given so sacrificially of their time, money and energy to fundraise for The Trussell Trust.
In the last few months we’ve seen supporters do skydives, a 5-hour marathon gig and a virtual cycle to Sweden. What could you do?
Our fundraising pack gives lots of great ideas as well as hints and tips on how to run a successful fundraising event. If you have any more questions our seasoned events team are happy to help too... Just call Mark Elling on 01722 580177
Whether you do something big or small, you can help us to make a difference.
To help you we've created some invitations and posters to go with our sponsor form. Download them and start raising funds today!
Here are a few examples of brilliant supporter run events
- Robert Stiby celebrated his 70th birthday by climbing Ben Nevis with his family, raising £4,000 for the foodbank.
- 7 triathlons in 7 days! Four amazing supporters completed an epic 7 triathlons in 7 days finishing with an Iron Man distance! We are in awe. They raised a wonderful £7,000 too. Check out their blog.
- 5 at 50 Challenge: Chris Mould, Director of The Trussell Trust, celebrated his 50th year by doing 5 runs totalling over 100km
- Linda Robson ran the Flora London Marathon for the foodbank and raised nearly £1000!
- Steve and Will undertook a sponsored hitchhike to Malaysia for us. To check out their blog visit www.travelpod.com/members/steveandwill
- Barr Stevenson cycled from Land's End to John O' Groats
- Karen McKeown did a sponsored slim
- Lara Chitty from The Chafyn Grove School Committee threw a Red and Black Ball in aid of The House of Joshua
- Chris Scott cycled from London to Paris
- Neil Smart worked out how much money he wasted a year on food and donated the amount to the foodbank
- Woodgreen held a Fair trade Coffee Morning
- South Wilts Golf Club have nominated The Trussell Trust their Charity of the Year
- Janet Parsons gave money from the sale of her paintings
- Staff at Exeter House School and Headscape Ltd gave to us instead of giving cards and presents to each other at Christmas time
Get in touch
If you would like to fundraise for The Trussell Trust contact:
Or call 01722 580177.