Fundraising

How to fundraise
for free

Fundraise

Make a difference without spending a penny ...

Celebrate 

When celebrating a special occasion such as a wedding, birthday or anniversary, many people ask their friends or family to donate to their chosen cause rather than receive presents. If this is something you would like to do, you can set up your own fundraising page.

Your friends or family can then donate via this page and leave messages to make your day extra special.

If the celebration’s over, you can pay in your collected funds - find out how here.

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As a small charity, we do not carry out any paid advertising and so if you can help us spread the word, you can help us to give our patients the best care. Tell your friends and family about us, distribute some leaflets or tell your boss – many companies will support a charity that is nominated by an employee. If you’d like to order some leaflets, just call 01494 734783 or 01494 734557. You can also email charity@buckshealthcare.nhs.uk or contact us.

Shop 

When shopping online, go to your favourite websites via Easyfundraising who will then make a donation to us – it won’t cost you a penny more. Visit our Easyfundraising page

 

Sell 

By selling your unwanted items on Ebay for Charity, you can help our patients as well as increase your chances of selling. It’s simple – you choose what % of the sale price you wish to donate to us. A charity ribbon will be placed next to your item, making it stand out from the crowd and your item will also feature on Ebay for Charity, giving it extra exposure. As a result charity listings are 34% more likely to sell and attract 14% more bids. You’ll also get reduced listing and insertion fees. Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust will get a mention which spreads the word about our work whilst you sell your items. Just visit Ebay for Charity

 

Every £ counts

£5 could buy equipment to give an urgent blood test to stoke patients ahead of clot busting medication.

£10 could help pay for a CD which helps cancer patients relax during treatment.

£17 could buy defibrillator training pads to help teach children how to re-start the heart after a heart attack.

£76 could buy a digital electronic muscle stimulator for children in our spinal unit.

£577 could buy a resuscitator to support a baby's breathing.

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