Whether you're holding a bake sale or jumping out of a plane, we're here to help you every step of your fundraising journey. Got a query? Read the most commonly asked questions below.To read our fundraising terms and conditions, click here
Sending donations couldn’t be easier! Here are some different options below:
Online: You can donate online here.
Post: Please ensure all cheques are made payable to ‘Imperial Health Charity’ and make sure you include a cover letter stating which ward, department or hospital you would like your fundraising to go towards along with details of how you raised the money.
JustGiving: Already have a JustGiving page? Add the donations on yourself.
Bank Transfer: Please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
To claim GiftAid on your fundraising, we must have the first name or initials, last name, full address and postcode of each individual donor/sponsor. Please encourage all donations on JustGiving or sponsorship forms to tick the GiftAid box.
Download our step by step guide to setting up a JustGiving page here.
Absolutely! Please get in touch with the Fundraising Team and let us know exactly where you would like to support. We will do our best to find the most appropriate fund to put your sponsorship.
Of course! Just make sure you get in touch with the fundraising team and let us know what you plan on doing! We will then be able to support you with fundraising for your event.
Once you have set up your online giving page now is the time to share, share, share! Social media is a great place to start to tell your friends, family and colleagues about what you are doing. Why not contact local newspapers, put up posters and email out all your contacts?
When it comes to creating your fundraising materials, we're here to support you. Our communications team will provide you with everything from bespoke posters and flyers to charity-branded T-shirts and collection tins. Get in touch by emailing email@example.com
Minimum sponsorship amounts are put in place to ensure we offset our investment in the entry costs, allowing us to raise as much income to support our hospitals as possible. In the worst case, the charity may lose money from that event place if the minimum amount is not raised and in some cases, you may not get to take part in the event.
There is no legally binding contract if the minimum pledge is not met and you would not be required to make up the difference, however we cannot stress the importance of hitting your target enough.
Our communications team love to hear from fundraisers. Inspire others with your story and we will be sure to spread the word on social media and in our newsletter. Get in touch with our Communications Manager by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have additional questions please contact us at email@example.com or speak to a member of the team on 020 3640 7766.