Make us your charity of the year or preferred charity. This could involve putting on fun events such as a non-uniform day or donating items or money towards a project.
This is a team-building challenge day, designed to stretch employees’ skills for the good of your local community. In the style of popular TV series, ‘The Apprentice’, teams are set challenges that require their sharpest entrepreneurial skills, creativity and team-work to win. At the end of the day, teams are summoned to a boardroom where they present their achievements and find out how much money they have raised. It is free to take part and held throughout the year in Bristol. Please download the Directors Challenge information below for more.
Many businesses offer matched funding to employees undertaking sponsored events. This means that for every £1 you raise they will sponsor you too. If you’re fundraising for One25 be sure to check with your employer if they’ll match it.
Easy to set up and simple to manage, payroll giving is an effortless and tax-effective way for staff to support One25 the whole year round.
Encourage colleagues to organise collections of much-needed items such as good quality women’s clothes and toiletries. Click here for the list of things that we need.
We’re always looking for new expertise to enhance our performance, please do get in touch if you think that you could help in this way. Particular areas of interest include: HR, PR and legal advice, but we’re always keen to receive further offers.
There are many ways that you can fundraise at work. Please download our Top Tips guide below. Click here for an A-Z of fundraising ideas.
Find out more about our FREE popular team-building day.Download12/04/2016 - 81 KB
Get some inspiration for how to fundraise in your workplace, it couldn't be simpler!Download14/02/2020 - 255 KB
A support pack for your fundraising events.Download19/02/2020 - 1 MB
A support pack for any challenges you choose to take on.Download19/02/2020 - 1 MB
A support pack for your skydive challenge.Download20/11/2017 - 972 KB