Fundraising ideas

Our fundraising pack will give you all the information you need to fundraise including:

  • Fundraising tips
  • Where to send your fundraising
  • Downloadable sponsorship forms
  • Downloadable womb cancer facts and signs & symptoms posters
  • Plus lots more to help you fundraise successfully!
Fundraising Pack

How will you raise money?


Creating an online fundraising page is the easiest way for you to collect donations, particularly for challenge events. Peaches Womb Cancer Trust are already registered with Justgiving, gofundme and Enthuse. Donations made through these platforms come to Peaches directly.

We know there is still a place for the paper sponsorship form.
Your supporters can complete a paper sponsorship form and pay you before or after your event has taken place. Remember to post your sponsorship forms to Peaches so we can claim gift aid.

Cash donations can be paid in to a post officeplease contact us at [email protected] to arrange for a paying in slip to be sent to you.

Cheques can be sent to our head office at Clarke Nicklin house, 4 Brooks Drive, Cheadle Royal Business Park, Cheadle. SK8 3TD.


Hosting an event comes in many different forms and how you raise money may differ.

If you are providing entertainment, a service, or a product for your guests you can ask them for a suggested donation. For example, if you are inviting them to an afternoon tea you may ask for a suggested donation for a cup of tea and a slice of cake.

Make your suggested donation amount realistic and affordable for your guests and be sure to share the reason why fundraising for Peaches Womb Cancer Trust is important and the impact it will have.

If you would like some single use donation boxes, please email [email protected].

Raffles and auctions

Raffles and auctions are a great way to increase fundraising at your event. Ask local businesses or friends and family to support you by donating prizes. Getting people to buy tickets and involving them in drawing the winning tickets adds excitement to your event while raising even more money.

Please see the information on the Fundraising Regulator for the up-to-date guidance and gambling laws regarding raffles and auctions.

Match Funding

Some organisations operate a match funding scheme. It’s a way for organisations to support the charitable work their employees carry out in their own time. They can offer to match your fundraising pound for pound. One question to your employer could double your fundraising. It’s worth an ask.

Gift Aid

Your fundraising can go even further by getting consent from your donors to collect Gift Aid.
Gift Aid is paid to charities from the tax collected from individuals by the government. Providing the individual gives permission to collect Gift Aid and they are a UK taxpayer the government will donate 25p for every £1 donated to charity.