Fundraise for us

Our hospitals need their communities just as our communities need their hospitals

Shawn and Chloe
Shawn and Chloe were amazing with their fundraising!

Without incredible fundraisers like you, we wouldn’t be able to go above and beyond what the NHS can afford alone.

There are many ways to get involved. Fundraise at school, work, with friends, family or the local community! You’ll have support from our dedicated fundraising team throughout and we’ll ensure monies raised are used wherever the need is greatest.

Our fundraising pack is full of hints and tips to make your fundraising a success, whether you are organising a midsummer ball, a coffee morning or a mountain climb! No matter how you are raising money we will help you every step of the way, so don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Maybe hold a virtual pub quiz, sponsored walk or bike ride! In July 2020, Dennis and Debbie took on a challenge and ran 55 miles, raising vital funds for West Herts hospitals. Brilliant work!

Organise a dress down day or virtual sports day. Watford Grammar School for Girls ran their Fusion Dance 2020 event in aid of Raise and raised lots of money. Thank you, girls!

Get together with your colleagues and dress down for the day, don your Christmas jumper, take part in a team event, or arrange a fabulous bake sale. Yum! Many local companies and staff teams have chosen to support Raise, and we’ll always try and give your organisation a shout-out too!

Fundraising can be rewarding and fun, but there’s some things to keep in mind

Whatever you’re organising something big like a midsummer ball or a cosy coffee morning for friends – it is important that it is safe and that you are aware of any legal issues. You will then relax on the day and enjoy yourself! So do check out our ‘keep it safe and keep it legal‘ FAQs. Whatever your question, we’re bound to have the answer (or we can find it for you!). Our staff are happy to help.

Fundraiser showcase

Need some inspiration? Why not take a look at some stories about other people that have helped.

Thank you for your wonderful support – and good luck!

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