Fundraising for Child of Hope couldn’t be easier and will provide hope and a future for slum children in Uganda!
Whether it’s a sponsored event, a yummy cake sale or asking for donations in place of gifts/flowers – all you need to do is set up an online fundraising page, ask your supporters to donate directly to Child of Hope or send all the money you have raised to us (via bank transfer/cheque). And we’d love to hear from you if you have completed some fundraising for Child of Hope.
Children at the Lighthouse Family Church near Poole held an auction of promises for Child of Hope.
In the online fundraiser, children could promise to make or do something which others could bid for. The children came up with a variety of creative ideas – baking cakes, making capes, painting pictures, growing plants and more. From their efforts (with their parents’ support) and generous bidding within the church family, £227 was raised for Child of Hope.
He ran his first full marathon to raise funds for Child of Hope – Keith Francis in the Virgin Money London Marathon!
With Covid-19, the event had to change format – so thousands of different solo and small group runs took place around the world. started at a local country park and ran around Poole, Dorset supported by friends and family!
What to do after your event
• Please don't send us cash, instead transfer donations by cheque or online/telephone banking: click here for details. Remember, you must send us all the money you have raised under Child of Hope's name.
• Please send any sponsorship forms by post to Child of Hope, 1 Old Kiln Rd, Upton, BH16 5SG – or scan the forms and email them to email@example.com
• When you contact us (by email or post), don't forget to describe your event and provide us with your contact details.
• If you'd like to, please email us a photograph or video so we can publicise your achievement on our website and social media! If the photo/video shows a child, please also complete our online consent form. Thanks!