Richard House Children’s Hospice

This week’s guest blog comes from Alex Reeve of Richard House Children’s Hospice who wanted to share the secret of their fundraising success, as well explaining a little more about what this amazing cause does. “Richard House Children’s Hospice, based in Newham, east London, is a purpose-built children’s hospice caring for children from across the Read More …

PTA Fundraiser of the Year

Lets hear it for School PTAs. They do a fantastic job and are unsung heroes of the education world. They’re busy people with kids, jobs, lives, yet they still find time to organise events, set up stalls, fundraise, make cakes, sell raffle tickets, organise prizes and generally work their behinds off to support their school. Read More …

easyfundraising Cheques making a difference

We’ve just sent out the latest batch of fundraising cheques to good cause across the country. It’s always a mammoth task as there are so many causes making the most of the easyfundraising scheme! Between January and March this year, our members raised £305,995.70 for their chosen causes, and to date we’ve raised over £3.4m. Read More …

Fundraising Success – Scouts Raise Over £800

This week’s blog post is a great fundraising success story from Daniel Sandford of Osmaston, Brailsford and Shirley Scout Group: “In February 2010, 1st Osmaston, Brailsford and Shirley Scout Group set up an easyfundraising account. Fundraising has always been a vital part of the group, allowing us to buy equipment, run activities and allow scouting Read More …

Exeter Leukaemia Fund – How we made “Social” work for us…

This week’s guest blog comes from Jayne Mills and Katie Hall from Exeter Leukaemia Fund about the importance of using social media in fundraising campaigns. “Last summer we set ourselves the challenge of placing 100 new collection boxes around the South West. As an added twist we decided to concentrate the marketing for the challenge Read More …

Guest Blog – One In A Million

This week’s guest blog comes from easyfundraising member Dawn Green. “My name is Dawn Green and I would like to share with you how being diagnosed with an incurable cancer has changed my life in more ways than one. In Feb 2008 I was diagnosed with a rare form of appendix cancer and given just  Read More …

White Stuff Foundation – Giving Something Back

Our last blog post of 2012 is about one of our partner retailers who goes the extra mile to make a difference to disadvantaged children. We thought it was an appropriate end to the easyfundraising year to tell you about White Stuff and its great work for good causes. The mission of the White Stuff Read More …

easyfundraisers help fire damaged school

Harborne Primary School in Birmingham was recently hit by a devastating fire that destroyed parts of the building and left the junior classes in temporary classrooms. When our members heard about their plight, they voted for them to become Cause of the Month for May and receive a £200 donation from Viking. We went along to the school to see how the support Read More …

easyfundraiser raises over £2000 for school

easyfundraiser Phil Battrick is a fantastic example of how easy it is to raise funds with www.easyfundraising.org.uk. So far he’s raised over £2,000 for King’s Stanley Primary School , here’s how….

Social Media Fundraising Case Study – Telford and Wrekin CVS

Our guest post this week comes from Kath Fackrall from Telford & Wrekin CVS, explaining how they make use of social media. “Let me introduce you to the BASIS Project.  BASIS is the first Big Lottery Fund programme to focus solely on developing voluntary and community sector infrastructure. The whole purpose is to recruit, support and Read More …