Fundraising for Iceni
We are always delighted to hear from and support anyone who wishes to raise funds on our behalf.
Join us in making a difference. No amount is too small or too large.
There are many ways you can raise money to help Iceni continue its work with local families. Each amount raised is key to funding vital specialist work that strengthens families and changes lives.
We believe fundraising should be both fun and easy, so if you are willing to take on a particular challenge or organise an event, we have experienced fundraisers on hand who will help you decide what sort of event is right for you, as well as offer you any advice, support or materials you need to make sure your fundraiser is a success.
We all have a strength, something we are good at, or something we enjoy doing. So why not use it to fundraise?
Attend an Event
Our patrons regularly hold events to raise vital funds for Iceni, from charity bake sales to local fun runs. Keep an eye on our news page and social media channels for details on any upcoming events.
Create Your Own Event
If you’d like to set up your own event, our fundraising team will be more than happy to help. Whatever you have planned, we’ll be able to lend a hand with marketing and on-the-day support.
Create a Challenge
Setting yourself a challenge is a good way of demonstrating your commitment to a cause. Whether it’s a marathon or sponsored swim, raising funds in this way can be incredibly rewarding.
If your company would like to raise funds for Iceni, there are plenty of ways you can show your support, including workplace events and charity days that allow staff the time to volunteer.
If you have any friends or family who would like to join you in raising funds for Iceni, you may wish to consider a group event like a tandem skydive or charity football match.
Other ways to support Iceni
As a charity, Iceni depends on the ongoing support of businesses, individuals and local authorities. There are various ways you can lend a hand and make a positive difference to families across Suffolk.