We are happy to support anyone or group who is interested in raising money for Malaria Consortium through sponsored activities or fundraising ideas. We have had some amazing individuals succeed in raising enough money to buy nets and medicines that have helped to save the lives of thousands.
If you have a good idea of how to have fun and raise money at the same time, please contact us.
Adam Wolley set off from Marble Arch on 2 January 2010 to cycle through Europe and Africa to Cape Town, hoping to cover 15,000 km and raise £10,000 for Malaria Consortium. In fact, he doubled it!
After cycling through 17 countries over seven months, Adam reached Cape Town on 21 July, raising an amazing £19,596.61 in the process.
It costs £5 to buy and deliver a mosquito net which will provide essential protection for those most at risk from this killing disease. The money Adam has raised will buy 4,000 nets, protecting around 8,000 people from mosquitoes.
If cycling solo across Africa is a bit too intrepid for you, there are plenty of other activities you could try:Invite friends to a tea party, a barbeque, organise a themed dinner or a glamorous evening event Put on a fashion show, a quiz night, a gig or concert, a karaoke evening, a comedy night or an art exhibition Get sponsored to run a marathon, climb a mountain, swim, cycle through your favourite county or jump from a plane
Our supporters continually amaze us with the variety of innovative and exciting ideas they come up with to raise money on our behalf.
The possibilities are endless and we promise you a fun and rewarding experience.
Fundraise at Work: Make us your Charity of the Year
Give something back Have fun
Increase staff morale
Effective team building activity
Fundraising as a team helps strengthen professional relationships and has the added bonus of raising money for a great cause. If your company will agree to match any money you raise so much the better.
Fundraise at School
Fundraising at schools, in a group, is a great way of supporting our work and motivating young people to get involved.
Teachers: Provide inspiration to your students and get involved in fundraising for us. You can combine this with relevant teaching materials and focus on human rights and international development education. A small amount of money can make a big difference to our work.
For fundraising ideas and adviceon how to organise your activity contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you our fundraising pack which is full of tips and ideas to ensure that your efforts are successful.