Be a fundraising hero
Get your friends and family to sponsor you to bake a special cake in support of people facing injustice for their faith. Send us a photo of your cake and we’ll share it on social media!
Host an online coffee morning
Get together with your friends and drink coffee (or tea!) and raise money for people suffering for their faith. Many of us are privileged to be able to connect with friends online at this time – let’s use this opportunity to appreciate our friends and help those who can’t see their loved ones (physically or online) because of what they believe.
We can provide you with a short video to share with your friends and resources to set up your own giving page.
Host an online gig
Do you have a musical talent? Or could you get a talented friend or local band to play in an online concert? Invite your friends and ask them to make a donation to CSW’s work.
You can now take part in our 160 challenge! Our Guilford Cathedral abseil may not be able to happen, but you can still raise funds for CSW’s work. The abseil covered 160ft of the Guildford Cathedral Tower. Could you climb 160 steps, do 160 push-ups or run 1.6 miles? Or maybe there’s another 160 challenge you can come up with!
Other sponsorship challenges
Claire cycled 584 miles, the distance from UK Parliament to the Palais des Nations (UN) in Geneva, on an exercise bike to raise money for CSW and absolutely smashed her fundraising target!
Scot raised over £2,000 for CSW by running a marathon in his garden.
Inspired? You too can take on a sponsored challenge to raise funds for people facing injustice for their faith.
Your sponsorship page
Setting up your own sponsorship page is easy. Simply register at https://donate.giveasyoulive.com/charity/cswuk and follow the instructions.
Let us know if you’re up for taking on a challenge for CSW and we’ll be in touch for a chat and send you a fundraising pack. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 8239 0010 for a chat.
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