Fundraise

Skydivers raising money for Antibiotic Research UK

Fundraising is a great way to help us out – not only does it generate much-needed funds, it also helps to raise our profile and educate people about antibiotic resistance.

There are lots of ways you can help to raise money for Antibiotic Research UK by setting up your own event, whether at work, in your local area or even nationally.

Whether you’re running a coffee morning or a marathon, all money raised for Antibiotic Research UK is hugely appreciated and vital to funding our research projects.

Here some ideas for fundraising to help you get started:

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    Sign up for a sporting event such as a run, cycle or triathlon and collect sponsorship

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    Organise a casual clothes day at work and make your colleagues pay for the privilege!

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    Host a charity coffee and cakes morning

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    Do something daring, like a skydive or bungee jump, and collect sponsorship

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    Give up your favourite treats for a month and collect sponsorship

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    Go viral! We’ve all seen how popular the ice bucket challenge was, so why not devise your own challenge and spread the word on Facebook and other social media networks. Don’t forget to remind people to donate to Antibiotic Research UK.

GET A FUNDRAISING PACK

Request your fundraising pack today and start planning your challenge.

WE'LL HELP YOU GET STARTED

We'll send you a pack containing materials explaining Antibiotic Resistance and how we're fighting it.

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Host A Great British Tea Party

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