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Fundraising and events

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Fight UK Poverty and Fundraise for CAP with these fun ideas for events. 

Are you ready to take on a fundraising challenge to raise money for CAP? Whether you prefer marathons, bake sales, skydives or coffee mornings, you’ll find plenty of ideas and opportunities to get involved. Sign up to one of the sponsored events below or let us know about your own – just name your challenge!

What type of fun fundraiser are you?

  • The Creative One: Organise a cool art fair, talent contest or crafts session to celebrate creativity to raise funds and awareness for CAP.

  • The Foodie Fun One: Use the love of food to arrange a bake sale or coffee morning to get the community together over a delicious treat for an amazing cause.

  • The Daring One: Use your thrillseeker status to take part in a marathon, skydive or other daring feat for a great cause.

CAP also loves hearing about your unique ideas and events for fundraising so you can sign up below — we can’t wait.

Join us on our mission to see transformed lives, thriving churches and an end to UK poverty, by picking a fun way to raise money for CAP. Start making a difference today.

I took up rollerskating in lockdown, so I thought it would be cool to do my own skate-a-thon, skating round a local park for five hours straight. Lots of friends came and cheered me on, and I vlogged the event on Instagram to raise awareness. It was so encouraging to be receiving donations while I was skating. It gave me the energy to keep going. 

Charmaine, fundraiser and champion rollerskater 

Want to get involved in another way? Volunteer with us today

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Ruth, Co-Debt Centre Manager

We urgently need your support to reach every person in poverty.

Ruth holding a sign that reads 'There is so much need. I'm at my limit.'