Fundraise

Raise funds for Act4Africa

If you want to get involved beyond donating, you can either organise your own fundraising event or take part in a pre-organised event: either way, we will support and encourage you towards your goal!
 
 
We have been supported over the years by many people doing many different and exciting things for us. From sky-diving to shaving their heads, our supporters have achieved personal ambitions and undertaken considerable challenges to help us in our work. 
 
If you want to join them, then please download our Fundraising Booklet to find out more.
 
Shop online and raise funds for free

 

If you’re an online shopper, you can also support us for free by signing up for Give As You LiveAmazon Smile  or Easy Fundraising

Each platform turns your everyday online shopping into free donations to Act4Africa. Thousands of retailers are registered; take a look and decide which platform is the best fit with your online shopping. Simply register then shop as normal. Retailers will then make a small donation to say “thank you”.

 

 
We’re looking for supporters to fill spots for the following 2022 challenges:
 
1) Bungee Jump – Various dates and locations between May and October 2022, please click here to learn more.
 
2) Great Manchester Run – Sunday 22nd May, please click here to learn more.
 
3) The Vitality Big Half – Sunday 4th September, please click here to learn more.
 
4) The London Marathon – Sunday 2nd October, please click here to find out more (please note we only have one space available).
 
5) Tough Mudder Manchester – Sunday 22nd October, please click here to learn more.
 
6) Tottenham Hotspurs Dare Walk – Various dates, please click here to learn more.
 
 

If you run for Act4Africa you’ll get support from our fundraising team, as branded runner’s t-shirt and more. To secure your place get in touch today as spaces are limited. Please email Nicole Edwards to secure your place, please email nicole.edwards@act4africa.org 

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