Whether your a business or an individual community member, your efforts to fundraise for those affected by leukaemia mean the world to us. Through the things you do we are not only able to provide support and services, but also spread awareness about leukaemia and how many people are affected by it in the UK. We love seeing the creative ways you involve us in your lives, and love learning more about your skills and hobbies along the way!
Three Sisters Bar
Hosting a fantastic Halloween party night in support of Leukaemia Care. The party night involved a song and dance Cabaret charity show. The Cabaret took place over an entire evening whilst those attending enjoyed a tasty sharing platter, spooky drinks and Halloween vibes. With electric dance performances in lavish costumes and some music to get the in party spirit pumping, this fundraiser was nothing short of a holiday season bone-us!
World Gaming Day heros
Damien raised £100 for our World Gaming Day campaign by streaming on his Twitch channel https://www.twitch.tv/damienmagician
and Noaksey raised £50 by streaming on Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/noaksey and using Tiltify rewards to offer fun incentives for donations.
Craig Barry’s golfing fundraiser
Bransford Golf Club’s Craig Barry raised £17,073.27 throughout 2023 by hosting a number of events including a golf captains day and an auction to raise money in support of those affected by leukaemia. Mr Barry selected Leukaemia Care as his preferred charity after learning about a number of adults and children suffering from blood cancer, including a fellow golf club member who was diagnosed shortly before.The creative inclusion of a ‘charity hole’ when playing golf was particularly exciting, which encouraged golfers to donate if they failed to land their shot on a particular green.
Sue Matthews – Homemade Marmalade sale
Selling Homemade marmalade to the ladies at Corsham Knitting and Crochet group to raise funds for those living with Leukaemia.
The Archer Wolstanton Halloween FUN-draiser
The Archer Wolstanton put some fun into fundraising with their fabulous Halloween fancy dress quiz night, which raised an amazing £226.50!
Paul’s Razor sharp fundraiser
Paul Mcgrane shaved off his beard in support of those living with Leukaemia, raising a fabulous £434!
Looking to get involved?
When you’re a part of #TeamLC the fun doesn’t stop with Fundraising, and there are plenty of ways you can get involved to make a true impact on those living with leukaemia. You can take on a challenge and push yourself to the limits, stick to what you know and turn your hobby into a fundraiser, or simply become a volunteer to help us spread awareness about leukaemia.
Want to find out more? Contact our Volunteer Coordinator by emailing them at email@example.com or if you’re looking to put the FUN in fundraising drop us a line on firstname.lastname@example.org.