Whether you're fundraising using one of the suggestions above, or using an idea of your own, if you need any support or have any questions, please contact our Events Team [email protected] or 01372 755041.

Share your skills

Whether you’re a singer, dancer or gamer you can share your skills and raise money for SeeAbility by opening a Tiltify page. Tiltify allows you to live stream and fundraise at the same time. So whether it’s a gaming marathon, a cookery class, a quiz or a virtual performance it’s a great way to share your talent.

Ziffit and Virgin Money Giving

Ziffit is a free website and app service that instantly values your unwanted books, games, DVDs and CDs. It lets you generate cash in return, which can be donated directly to charity or fundraising page. Find out more Ziffit and Virgin Money Giving.

Amazon Smile

If you shop on Amazon, you can sign up to their initiative Amazon Smile. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible Amazon Smile purchases to the charity of your choice. Amazon Smile has the same products, prices and service as Amazon so please do sign up select SeeAbility as your charity, and encourage friends and family to do the same. Find out more and sign up to Amazon Smile.

Give as you Live

Give as you Live online is a free and easy way to raise money for your favourite charity, just by shopping online. Once you've signed up, you can browse their website for the store you want to shop with. Click 'shop & raise' to go to their website, then continue to shop as normal. Give as you Live will then let you know how much you have raised and make the donation directly to the charity. Sign up for Give as you Live

Hold a plant growing competition

If you and your friends are spending more time at home why not have a competition on who can grow the tallest plant? Choose your plant, get everyone to pay an entry fee as a donation, and get growing. The winner gets half the pot and you donate the other half to SeeAbility. We held our own sunflower growing competition at our services last year, so we can highly recommend this challenge.

Donate your commute

If you’re working from home, calculate how much you’d spend on your daily commute and donate that day’s fare to SeeAbility instead. You could even encourage or nominate friends and family to do the same.

Birthday fundraiser

We know that social gatherings and parties are on hold, but creating a birthday fundraiser is a great way to give back to a cause you’re passionate about. You can easily set a fundraiser up on Facebook and encourage friends and family to donate and celebrate your special day. Here is a short guide to setting up your own fundraiser.