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Fundraising is a fun and rewarding way to help us ensure that nobody has to face domestic abuse alone.  It's a great way to challenge yourself, friends and family to achieve something truly wonderful.  You could set your own goal or take up the Winnie Challenge to raise £150, £300 or £500 in order to receive a cuddly Winnie Bear!

You could try:-

  • Bake sale
  • Fun run
  • School non-uniform day 
  • Nominate us as your work, school or student society charity of the year
  • Exerciseathon
  • Quiz night (Downloadable pack below)
  • Music night
  • Coffee morning
  • Gameathon
  • Hold a collection or request a collection tin for your business or place of work.
  • Support us with your special occasion – birthday, wedding etc. 

If you need more inspiration, our downloadable booklet provides some great ideas about events you could plan or challenges you could take on.  It also provides information on how your donated funds are used to ensure that families we work with can go on to live lives free from abuse.

If you have your own business or believe that you employer would be interested in supporting The Wish Centre, find out more about mutually beneficial Corporate Partnerships here.

Set up your own fundraising page on Just Giving, share with family and friends and encourage supporters.

Click on the button above or follow this link to our JustGiving page.

Mandy organised an Afternoon Tea event at her local pub and raised a huge £800.

Kelly organised a sponsored haircut, cutting off a huge 20in of her hair and raised £200.  The hair was also donated to The Little Princess Trust.

Haydock Finance and their employees have supported us for two years in a variety of ways - selling off unwanted office items and donating the proceeds, buying Easter Eggs for the children in refuge & recently a sponsored exercise challenge which raised a wonderful £675.

Blackburn Chemicals organised a sponsored bike ride and donated the proceeds of £1000 to us. 

Our volunteer Joanne, organised a Zoom Bingo Night during lockdown and she and her virtual guests raised £295.

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