Fundraise for SafeLives
Fundraising for SafeLives is fun and rewarding. It can also be really empowering for survivors and those with friends and family affected by domestic abuse. Help us improve the UK’s response to domestic abuse, so no one has to face it alone.
Run, cycle, walk and/or swim to help us end domestic abuse for good.
Find an event in your area that is right for you. Find a challenge you want to take part in, sign up and then email email@example.com or call our fundraising team on 0117 403 3220 to tell us all about it – we love to hear from you. We can support you throughout your fundraising journey, helping you set up a fundraising page and offering lots of tips and ideas about how to reach your target.
Running: Runner’s World have this big list of running events happening in the UK - from 5ks and fun runs to half and full marathons. With so many options to choose from, you'll get the running bug in no time!
Each year SafeLives also has a number of guaranteed charity places in exciting races:
Nobody should live in fear, it’s not acceptable and together we can make it stop. Join #TeamSafeLives today.
Paul is a Police Officer and raised an amazing £180 for SafeLives by taking part in the London Triathlon in 2018. Thank you so much Paul!
Organise your own fundraiser:
Organise your own fundraiser and speak out against domestic abuse with family and friends, at work, in your place of worship or at university or school. Whatever you are planning we want to hear from you. Call or email our fundraising team who can offer tips, advice and inspiration, as well as answering your questions about the practicalities such as paying in donations.
- Bake sale
- School non-uniform day
- Nominate SafeLives as your work, school or student society charity of the year
- Dinner party
- Yoga workshop
- Quiz night
- Film night
- Music night
- Host a clothes swap
- Coffee morning
- Hold a collection
- Support us with your special occasion – birthday, wedding etc.
Neil ran, swam and cycled to help us make families safe from domestic abuse. Thank you Neil for raising an incredible £400!