Fundraising

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Fundraising is vitally important to us because we want to raise as much money as we can for our chosen charity,

Maggie's Oxford

 

All money raised goes directly to our charity.

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You can ask your friends and family to donate via our group JustGiving page. 

www.justgiving.com/fundraising/walkwithme21

But you could donate to Maggie's right now. Just click on this logo to take you to the Maggie's website.

Personal Linked JustGiving Page

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Follow the instruction in the 

document linked here to set up a fundraising page which is linked to the central WalkWithMe page. This means that WalkWithMe can see how much money the event is raising but you can set yourself a personal target and keep track of your individual fundraising at the same time. It's a win win!

How to set up a linked fundraising page

Donate by Cheque

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Please make cheques payable to

 

"Maggie's Centres" 

(not WalkWithMe)

and send to:

WalkWithMe 2020

c/o Emery's Corner, Aldworth

Road, Upper Basildon, Berkshire

RG8 8NG

 

UK tax payers please include a Gift Aid form. Download by clicking on the link below:

Maggie’s Centres Gift Aid Form

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Download Sponsorship Form

If you would prefer to use a sponsorship form instead (you might want to put it on the notice board at work for example) then 

click here.

How will my fundraising make a difference?

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£7 could pay for someone’s first chat over the phone with a Cancer Support Specialist.

£30 could reduce someone’s anxiety through a call with a psychologist.

£50 provides an hour's one-to-one support from a trained Psychologist at a Maggie's Centre.

 

£50 will give a three week supply of tea and coffee for a Maggie's Centre.

 

£150 could pay for our benefits advisor to support people to claim the grants

and benefits they are entitled to for one day.

£282 could provide cancer support sessions for up to 20 people, to help people

understand their diagnosis, treatment and life with cancer.