Posts Tagged ‘fundraising pages’

Create your fundraising page with Everyclick

08/07/2009

Did you know that you can create your fundraising page with Everyclick.com to securely collect sponsorship for your event or appeal online?

And better still, you can choose to support any one of 220,000 UK charities which are available on the site.

To top it off, Everyclick does not charge charities a penny to use the site! (Unlike our nearest well-known competitors who charge charities £15 a month!).

Go to http://www.everyclick.com/fundraising/fundraising-pages or just search the web for ‘fundraising page everyclick’ to find out more.

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Fundraiser update

06/07/2009

Everyclick fundraisers are having a very active summer!

Jonny, Mike, Matt and Dave are four friends who are cycling from London to Amsterdam in aid of MenelikEducation, a charity helping to create a brighter future for people in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Their fundraising page says it all: “Jonny and Mike were in a hostel in Berlin on New Years Eve when they made a pact ‘to cycle to a different country’…silly boys. After the dust of the New Year settled, the pact held and they decided they would cycle from Jonny’s house in London to their friend’s house in Amsterdam.

“Matt and Dave are cycling enthusiasts who thought it might be fun to ‘cycle to a different country and get a train back’… silly boys.”

“So they’ve all joined forces to raise as much money as possible for MenelikEducation.”

Visit their fundraising page to sponsor them and wish them good luck!

As usual, enthusiastic fundraisers are taking part in all manner of energetic events such as the Glasgow Half Marathon where Alan Ross‘s hopes to raise £300 for the Pathfinder Guide Dog Programme, the British 10k London Run where Emma Hurrell will try to raise the rest of her £1000 for the Haemochromatosis Society or the London Triathlon in which Martin Wilkins and Paul Collier are fundraising for Friends of Potters Bar Community Hospital and Friends of Julius and Dora Children’s Centre, Maseno, respectively.

However there are some more fundraisers of a more leisurely nature taking place! Amit Maru is doing a ‘Walk 4 The Future’ in aid of children’s charity Shishukunj, Michelle Warren is walking the Adidas Women’s 5km Challenge for Heavenly Stars and Andy Elliott is taking part in the Glenbank Walk in Belfast for the World Society for the Protection of Animals.

Meanwhile, James Salter is planning an enormous fundraising challenge. He plans to swim the English Channel – 21 miles of icy cold water, huge ships, jellyfish and other debris – in aid of his local charity the Luke Jeffrey Memorial Trust. He has been in training for many months, including spending 6 hours at a time in the sea at Dover. He hopes to attempt the crossing in the week of July 12th. All support will be gratefully received!

And finally an update about dedicated Craig Brown, who managed to persuade thirteen friends to join him on a cycle ride from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise money for a new interactive whiteboard for the school his son attends. They completed their ride in the time allotted and raised well over the intended £5000. Well done! You can read about it in Craig’s blog.

Craig’s charity, the Friends of Brooklands School, are continuing with their fundraising efforts. The school has set up a fundraising page asking for sponsorship for 50 friends, teachers and parents of the school who are running the Hyde Park Fun Run on 6th September.

All the charities mentioned in this week’s fundraiser update are small, most are local charities. With Everyclick.com you can choose from any of 200,000 plus UK charities to support, including schools, colleges and churches, not just a select few.

Create your own Everyclick fundraising page.