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Five ways to volunteer when you’re still in your pyjamas

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Leukaemia Care, Charity

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It’s officially national Volunteers Week and we’ve put together some fundraising ideas so easy that you don’t even need to change out of your pyjamas. Why not try your hand at some microvolunteering, essentially super quick and easy to do?

By doing any of our five ideas, you’ll be helping us to support people affected by blood cancer, as well as raising awareness of the disease.

  1. Take the leap

Why not sign up to one of our fundraising events all from the comfort of your own home? With everything on offer from skydiving for the thrill seekers, or mountainous treks for the eager explorers, there’s bound to be something you’ll love. Why not sign up today and make a difference to someone with blood cancer?

  1. Send us your story

Have you been diagnosed with blood cancer and would like to share your story? We’d love to hear from you about your experience with blood cancer so we can spread the word to others and make sure that they don’t feel alone.

  1. Let’s get sharing

You can help us spread awareness of blood cancers by sharing our signs and symptoms video on social media. With your help we can reach more people who are affected by blood cancer.

  1. Sign the petition

With changes happening to the cancer drugs fund, why not get involved and sign our petition to help us ensure all blood cancer patients have fair and equal access to cancer drugs?

  1. Picnic in your PJ’s

Join our Perfect Picnic throughout June, July or August and fundraise for people with blood cancer. Mix it up a little and invite friends and family round but make sure everyone wears their pyjamas and donates to take part.

If you’d like more information on how you can get involved with fundraising for Leukaemia CARE and make a real difference, head to our fundraising pages.

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