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Organise your own fundraising event in aid of Ovacome. The possibilities are endless! We can help supply you with Ovacome items to sell, our B.E.A.T. awareness-raising resources to display, and are always happy to talk you through how best to organise your event. 

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Let us know what you're planning by clicking on the button below and we will see how we can best support you. Set up your fundraising page here

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Fundraising Ideas

We are here to help. Below are just a few fundraising ideas for you to think about. If you would like more ideas do get in touch with us at [email protected] or call Lois on 07766 867829 and we will be happy to help. 

Host an event

  • Hold a charity ball
  • Host a golfing day
  • Host an afternoon tea, bake sale or coffee morning
  • Spring clean and sell your unused items at a car boot sale or use an online site such as Ebay or Thrift+
  • Host a themed dinner party or take on a Come Dine with Me challenge.
  • Speak to your local shops and plan a raffle and we can provide you with a template to prove you are fundraising for us.
  • Host a quiz night
  • Hold a sports tournament 
  • Host an arts and crafts competition
  • Host a games night 
  • Use your skills and hold a class and charge for entry
  • Host a virtual film night by using Netflix Party
  • Host a live DJing session on Tiltify

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Just £10 could pay to train one clinician or medical student on recognising symptoms and patient experience

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Take on a solo challenge

  • Organise a sweepstake 
  • Climb a mountain virtually by using your stair case
  • Hold a gamethon and you could even stream it online
  • Take on a sponsored silence
  • Give up something you love (your phone, chocolate or go vegan for a month)
  • Step out of your comfort zone and cut or colour your hair 
  • Take on a cinemarathon and watch all the films you have been meaning to watch

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£232 could cover the cost of one of our support group sessions