Help ACT Stop Abuse
At ACT we work hard to make sure that professionals and carers have the best information and research available to safeguard disabled children and adults at risk from abuse. As we all know this can be expensive so we are always open to any fundraising ideas that you may have. There are many ways (from one off donations to fundraising) you can help us make sure that vulnerable people stay safe. If you would like to support the work we do and help ACT to raise funds you can contact us here and help ACT to stop abuse.
Below are a few examples of how you can help...
Just Text Giving
Ann Craft Trust is now taking part in the JustTextGiving campaign to raise funds and you can donate by texting ANNC11 plus the amount you want to donate to 70070. Click here for more information.
Chinese New Year Fundraising Event
Dr Elisa Kuang, China Business Office, organised a Chinese New Year themed fundraising event to raise money for ACT on Saturday 11th February 2012, in the Great Hall, University Park. The event was a resounding success with stunning music alongside a fun filled afternoon. Find out more here
Robin Hood half marathon
In 2012 supporters of ACT took part in Nottingham's half marathon and raised over a £1000 for our free advice service around safeguarding disabled children and adults at risk.
There are many different ways to raise money for ACT and not all of them have to be as exhausting as a marathon! You might even have an idea already and want to run a fundraising event for us. If so, we can help you with plenty of advice and information.
There are great ways to raise money for ACT – they can be fun and not cost a penny. Have a look through the fSI’s A-Z of fundraising ideas and let us know if you’ve got some of your own. You can get in touch with us via email or call us on 0115 9515400
We know that not everyone has the time or energy to pull together fundraising events, but there are little ways that you can help.
You can choose Everyclick.com as your online search engine, this raises money for ACT even as you search the internet. Set it as your homepage on your internet browser, encourage your friends and colleagues to use it too, or maybe even suggest it to your boss, to get the whole company going on it.