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Fundraising Guide
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Fundraising Guide

Fundraising Guide for Events

We are aware that for some, the prospect of organising an event can be quite daunting. We have therefore produced this simple guide which hopefully will help answer some of your questions.

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"Every other Saturday morning and some evenings after school, we go swimming, to the cinema or bowling. We have even spent a whole morning making our very own Easter Eggs! Whatever we are...

"As a young teenager I’d always been keen to get involved with charity work but I was never sure how to go about it or where to look.

"I was coming up to my 21st birthday when my Mum introduced me to The Sussex Snowdrop Trust and encouraged me to get in contact. Having spent a year as a volunteer herself Mum...

"I would urge anybody of any age to get involved with volunteering for The Sussex Snowdrop Trust even if it’s for a couple of hours a week. Just giving up a bit of your...

"Although I work full time, I have now been a volunteer for The Sussex Snowdrop Trust for the past two years. I was recently introduced to 11 year old Georgia and her family."