Our charity relies upon the selfless support of donors and fundraisers to provide much-needed help to people affected by genetic haemochromatosis. Can you help us fundraise?

We've put together a range of resources that put the fun into fundraising :

Fundraising ideas don't have to be sporty - they could by anything! Helping our work doesn’t have to mean running a marathon, or swimming a mile. If you’ve got another idea, we are here to help you make it work.

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No matter what your experience, you can be a community fundraiser for Haemochromatosis UK. We support our community fundraisers with T-shirts, promotional swag & leaflets so you can help get the message out about haemochromatosis whilst raising money for this great cause.

Could you help raise funds for us? 

Host an event!

Could you host an event, big or small? It could be anything - a coffee morning, a stand at your local hospital, bonfire party, wine tasting, New Year's Eve fireworks - the sky's the limit! Just invite a handful (or two) of friends and neighbours to have fun at an event, raising donations from attendees.

Do something daring!

Ever wanted to try sky-diving or abseil down a tall building? Now is your chance!

Whatever it is, collect donations for Haemochromatosis UK from friends & work colleagues for doing something brave or daring.

Many firms and schools have a nominated charity of the year. Why not consider making the Haemochromatosis UK your company or school’s charity of the year? We can provide further information and literature to support your application.

Do something sponsored!

For many sponsored events, such as a sponsored walk, online fundraising through a web giving page will be the main way you ask for donations. This is simple to setup - just click Fundraise and we will create your very own fundraising page!

Do something sporty!

Could you or a friend put on your running shoes to represent Haemocochromatosis UK in the Great North Run, Belfast Marathon, London Landmarks Half-Marathon or even your local park run?

Or maybe golf is your thing - put together a charity match at your local club with proceeds to our charity?