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DIY Fundraising Events
DIY fundraising events
Run, swim, walk, hold a coffee morning, quiz night, three-course dinner, create your own challenge or hold your own Parental Alienation Awareness Day event.
Every year, our amazing supporters hold their own fundraising events to make our work possible. You can too. All you need to do is set yourself a challenge, choose a fundraising target and create your very own fundraising page by following one of the links below.
If you need fundraising ideas or once you have decided what you would like to do please complete our enquiry form.
Fundraising stories to inspire you
I run for the local running club. Parental Alienation has affected me and I want to be able to raise awareness within my local community.
I had planned a mammoth tandem cycle between my home in Spain and UK in support of the charity.
Unfortunately, due to cardio issues that may have been Covid related, I became ill on route and collapsed so was advised to cancel/postpone the challenge until I was fully recovered. Several months have now passed since this time with no further major health issues which I am very happy to report. I did manage to raise £1721, and I will continue to do anything I can to support the charity and hope to be in a position to plan or participate in other events in the near future.
I spent the day raising awareness and funds in the local CO-OP store. Lots of people stopped to ask me about the charity and when I explained to them about it several people realised that they knew someone that is affected by this issue.
Rob ran the London Landmarks Half Marathon for is partner who hasn’t seen her son for two years. Rob said “I would do it all again for her tomorrow!”
I chose to climb to the top of mount Kilimanjaro to raise much needed awareness and funds for parental alienation, something which has touched my family. I will always be affected by alienation, and it is always going to be a big heartache. But it doesn’t mean that those going through this cant build a life incase our children ever do come home.
I walked to the top of Snowdonia with a group of friends to raise awareness and funds for the charity, as this is a charity that is close to my heart.
Here are just a few other ways that you can help to fundraise and get involved
Shop through AmazonSmile, this is the same Amazon you know, the same products, prices, and service. Although Amazon smile donates 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT, returns and shipping fees) of eligible purchases to our charity
Or why not donate through Ebay for charity. This enables you to sell items with lower fees by designating a percentage of the selling price to our charity, or you can nominate Parental Alienation Awareness as your chosen charity at the checkout when making a purchase.
Turn your everyday online shopping into free donations by signing up to easyfundraising. There are over 4000 retailers to shop with. Simply sign up and start shopping through easyfundraising. Retailers will then make a small donation to your chosen cause to say ‘thank you’
Recycle your car free of charge with give a car. For every vehicle donated, we receive 70% of the final scrap or auction price. Please complete the online form quoting parental alienation awareness as your nominated charity
Simply book your next holiday with Charitable Travel and tell us you want to support Parental Alienation Awareness. The charity will then benefit from the free donation you can make as part of the booking process.