1 in 7 employees are currently caring for someone, so Carers UK is a great cause to support with your colleagues.
Raising vital funds for Carers UK at work not only helps make life better for carers, it also brings together your team and makes a collective impact, creating a positive working environment.
Here are some inspirational ideas for hosting your perfect workplace fundraiser:
Fundraising at work ideas
Here’s an A-Z rundown of some of our favourite fundraising ideas for the workplace
Take on a team challenge
We have lots of fantastic events for you and your colleagues to take part in across the UK.
Partner with us
Could your workplace support Carers UK on a larger scale? Head over to our corporate partners page to find out about our partnerships.
Get in touch
However you want to fundraise at work and support Carers UK, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We are so appreciative of your continued support in these challenging times and we’re here to support you in your efforts.
Your safety whilst you fundraise for us is of the utmost importance, so we encourage you to visit our Staying Safe and Legal page for more information especially during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Thank you so much for making life better for carers.
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