About Vasculitis UK

Support Vasculitis UK by Fundraising


Fundraise for us by opening a fundraising page at either JustGiving.com or at VirginMoneyGiving.com. Please use one of the links below:

Start fundraising with JustGiving

or

Fundraise for us using Virgin Money Giving

Whichever organisation you use they will take care of all the financial arrangements on your behalf and ensure that Gift Aid is claimed on behalf of the Trust.

Fundraising activities are a valuable and significant source of income for Vasculitis UK. There are many ways of fundraising and if you can have fun in the process, that makes it all the better. You can take part in an event or organise an event; make things to sell; organise a coffee morning or a ball. We feature fundraisers in the Newsletter.

Check out the blue links above for ideas for fundraising activities and how to gain maximum enjoyment from entering your event. You will also find information on how to make organising your event easier. We will help in any way we can.

For further information or help please contact our Fundraising Co-ordinatory: Dorothy Ireland. dorothy@vasculitis.org.uk Dorothy will be happy to give you information and help on fundraising for Vasculitis UK.

Vasculitis U.K. do have places available for the Great North Run - we can provide entry to this event if you wish to fundraise for VUK.

Vasculitis UK - Registered Charity No. 1019983 - since 1992

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News

Vasculitis UK Annual General Meeting

19 May 2019

VUK AGM Date For Your Diary

Vasculitis UK Charity Ball

15 Dec 2018

A date for your diary

Call for Research Grant Applications

18 Nov 2018

Events

Dry January for Helen Fundraising for VUK

31 Jan 2019

Helen is fundraising for Vasculitis UK

Cambridgeshire Vasculitis Support Group

30 Mar 2019

Around India by TukTuk

30 May 2019

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