Our supporters and donors are the lifeblood of our work, without their vital financial and creative support we couldn’t deliver our projects helping those in need in our city. There are so many different ways to support us and get involved:

How can you help?
Individually
As a company
With friends
Personal challenges
Creative
Partnerships
Group challenges
Events
Example: Jack

Last October, Jack ran his first half marathon in Cardiff and decided to raise money to support our work. Having struggled with asthma all his life, this was a massive personal achievement for Jack and we were so honoured he chose to fundraise to support our work along the way.

Example: Absolute Bristol Legends Tea Towel

Last Christmas we joined forces with culture platform, Crack Magazine and wisecrack t-shirt vendors, Turbo Island to create the Absolute Bristol Legends tea towel. Selling over 1000 tea towels, the venture raised an amazing £5970!

Example: The Humble Warriors

Earlier this year, some of the south west’s finest yoga teachers and performers come together for 4 hours to offer a series of 30 minute mini workshops to raise awareness and funds for our work

Example: Duncan Beedie Illustration

Local illustrator, Duncan is selling original giclée prints of his latest children’s book, The Last Chip with all profits going to support our work.

Example: The Groatsmen

In September 2017 a group of local bike heroes and their calves of steel cycled from John O’Groats to Landsend and raised a staggering £5063.86 to support our work.

Whether cycling to Landsend or raising money from a pub quiz night, every penny counts. Get in touch and let us know about yours and your friends fundraising antics: fundraising@caringinbristol.org.uk
Take on a personal challenge or use your talents to help fundraise and support our work. Get in touch with your fundraising ideas: fundraising@caringinbristol.org.uk
Get in touch if you and your company have an idea for working together with us: at partnerships@caringinbristol.org.uk
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From helping with projects like Growing for Bristol, to giving up some time to volunteer at the 365 Shelter, to offering a spare room to Bristol Nightstop, there are many ways your volunteering can help homeless and vunerable people in Bristol.

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