We have a range of sponsored events that you can take part in from abseiling and skydiving to the Great West Run, but if none of those events suit you, then why not organise your own? Sponsored swims, silences, walks and sports tournaments can be a great way to raise vital funds for local people with brain injuries. To sign up for an opportunity, find out more, or talk about your ideas, email email@example.com or call us on 01392 211822.
Walks, treks and cycles
What better way to raise money for local people with brain injuries than taking part in an exciting rewarding charity challenge? Thanks to our partners at Discover Adventure, Headway Devon are able to offer an extensive range of challenges including walks around the UK; treks to international destinations including Machu Picchu, the Great Wall of China and Mount Kilimanjaro; and cycle rides both at home and abroad. For a full list of our treks, cycles and challenges, please visit Discover Adventure’s website here.
Collecting sponsorship is easy with Virgin Money Giving
Anyone looking for an easier way to collect sponsorship money should go to Virgin Money Giving where it is easy to set up a secure, free, online sponsorship page. If you are planning to take part in a sponsored event in aid of Headway Devon, set one of these pages up – it will increase the amount of money you can raise for us. Best of all, Gift Aid is added to your donors contributions automatically. Click here to start setting up a sponsorship page with Virgin Money Giving (in a new window). Please note, there are several Headway charities up and down the country so if you’d like to make sure that your fundraising stays here in Devon and Torbay then please be sure to select “Headway Devon” as your charity. Thank you.
Organise your own fundraising event!
Amongst the most popular events to organise are pub quizzes, coffee mornings and fashion shows, but the possibilities are endless. Our fundraising team are on-hand to provide support and advice as you organise your event, but the most important thing to remember is that if you enjoy organising it, it’s much more likely that people will enjoy attending it.