About Vasculitis UK

Taking part in an event

Taking part in an eventWe at Vasculitis UK are indebted to all the gallant members and supporters who undertake fundraising activities to raise funds for the Trust.

Income received goes towards supporting vasculitis patients, raising awareness of vasculitic diseases and helping to fund essential vasculitis research.

Taking part in an event does not necessarily mean running marathons or extreme sports. There are a number of other less strenuous ways to help raise funds which are within the capabilities of most of us.

We have a number of ideas about how you might be able to fundraise for Vasculitis UK see: Other Fundraising pages.

You can also view the photographs of those who have raised funds for Vasculitis UK at: Fundraisers Photo Gallery

The easiest way of ensuring excellent sponsorship is to open a Justgiving page

Start fundraising with JustGiving

or a VirginMoneyGiving page

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.

Whatever event you are thinking of holding the Trust can provide you with posters, an information pack, sponsorship forms, t-shirts, pens, stick-it notes, balloons and information leaflets etc to help you promote your event. In addition your endeavours will be advertised in our Newsletter/Journals, e-News, Facebook and Health Unlocked sites.

For further information or help please contact Dorothy Ireland. We will be happy to give you information and help on fundraising for Vasculitis UK.

Vasculitis UK occasionally partner other larger charities who are organising fundraising events. We can provide entry to these events if you wish to raise funds for Vasculitis UK.

Vasculitis UK - Registered Charity No. 1019983 - since 1992

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