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Celebration fundraising

Photo: Birthday celebrations

There are loads of ways for you to support our work with deaf children on your special day, whether it’s a birthday, wedding, or anniversary.

Asking your friends and family to make a donation in celebration of your special day is an easy way to raise money and help us support more deaf children and their families. We have everything you need to make your fundraising a great success! 

How to fundraise at your celebration 

Choose your occasion 

From weddings and civil partnerships to birthdays, anniversaries, or retirement – choose your celebration and get fundraising. You can request our free celebration fundraising resources to help you on your way.

Create your online fundraising page

Set up your fundraising page using our helpful guides. Make sure you personalise it with your story and why you would like to support us. 

You can also request donation envelopes from our team. Get in touch by emailing [email protected].

Request your free fundraising materials

Get in touch with our team by emailing [email protected]. We have wedding favours, place cards and other fundraising materials like collection boxes, decorations, and donation envelopes.

Share far and wide

Share your page with your friends and family. Don’t be shy! Emailing, sharing on social media, or a mention on an invite are all great ways to share your page.

What your gift means to deaf children

£50 could help fund a workshop to help empower a deaf child to feel more independent.

£100 could give a deaf child the opportunity to try new deaf assistive technology for free using our technology loan service.

£180 could help a deaf child to access their education by providing technology to help them hear in school.