Many different ways to fundraise for us

Across the year, you will find many different ways for you to fundraise for Windermere. Join one of our fundraising events, organise your own or even honour an occasion by supporting local children and families in need.

Windermere Fundraising Events

Every year Windermere run a number of fabulous fundraising events. From footy luncheons to golf days, attending one of our events is a great way for you to learn more about what Windermere does and understand the impact we make in our community.

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Start Your Own Fundraiser

Fundraising Events

From dress up days and bake sales, to fun runs and trivia nights, you can help raise money for Windermere any way you like. You can turn virtually anything into fundraiser!

Sign up to the marathon or fun run you’ve been thinking about and ask friends and family to sponsor you – it’s amazing how much you can raise with the support of your family and friends.

Consider hosting a fundraiser at your school, within your local community group or sports club or just for fun with friends - the trick is to keep it simple and just have fun.

Contact the Fundraising team about how Windermere can support your local fundraising event.

Fundraising in Celebration

Whether it's a wedding, your birthday, a special anniversary or a milestone event, or just to say thank you why not make your special day even more significant by using it as an opportunity to support the most vulnerable individuals, and children in your community? Donations in place of gifts, flowers or cards can help build a stronger, more connected and supported community.

A personalised online donation page can include photos and information about your special event. The link can then be easily emailed to your friends and family.

Fundraising in Memory

Donating in memory of a loved one ensures their legacy lives on and provides vital support to the community where they lived. You can give a gift in memory at any time to celebrate the life of a loved one – on a significant day each year, or make a one-off donation.

If someone you’ve known has recently passed, you may also like to encourage friends and relatives to make a gift to Windermere in their memory instead of flowers. A gift given in this way can provide life and legacy in honour of your loved one, and we thank you for considering Windermere in this way.

Contact the Fundraising team about setting up your personal fundraising page for your next occasion.

Wedding and ceremonial bonbonniere

Forego a traditional bonbonniere can for something more useful and that will make a difference to a local family in need. Consider providing a donation to Windermere in lieu of a gift to thank your guests for being a part of your wedding day.

Contact the Fundraising team for more information.

Register your Fundraiser with Windermere

Let us know you are planning a fundraising event for Windermere so we can provide you with specific collateral and materials to support you, including posters and a certificate of authority acknowledging your official fundraiser.

If you want to register your fundraising event with us, enquire below or phone the main switch to speak with one of the Marketing & Fundraising team.

eg. 04xxxxxxxx or 03xxxxxxxx

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