Fundraising at work
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Fundraise at work

Fundraising at work means we can do more together with families.

Your business or workplace can support Spurgeons through corporate donations, charity of the year partnership or workplace fundraising.

The support we receive from businesses is vital to helping us deliver the best possible support for families and it can be beneficial to your team too.   

Workplace fundraising ideas and challenges can boost your team’s morale. 


Nothing brings colleagues together like cake in the office. Fundraising together at work can foster an important sense of teamwork and social responsibility. If you are the manager, you’ll be pleased to know that doing good deeds boosts colleagues' mood and productivity. 

It can also be a great way to get your company's name known in your local community and we are always happy to help promote your workplace fundraising events too. Let us know about your successes and share some snaps on our social media (find us on @SpurgeonsUK). We love to see and share what you are doing. 

I'd like to raise money at work, but what should I do?

We’ve got lots of ideas for fundraising at work beyond bake sales that could help you raise money at work for Spurgeons - Link to A-Z of ideas.

Ideas for Fundraising A-Z

Looking for a challenge?

Take your fundraising activities at work to the next level. You could take on a challenge event as a team. We are on hand to help you. Whether you want to organise a workplace bake sale, charity quiz night or take on a challenge event as a team.  To learn more about how you or your workplace can support Spurgeons please contact the fundraising team at:
Fundraising challenges

How do I get the money to Spurgeons?  

Any money donated through online giving pages like Just Giving or Facebook Fundraising will come straight to us.  

You can send cheques and sponsors forms to:

Spurgeons 74 Wellingborough Road, Rushden, Northants, NN10 9TY  

What about gift aid?  


Top tip – Gift aid Gift aid can only be applied to donations made by individuals who are UK tax payers.

You cannot gift aid money given in exchange for an item or service for example at a bake sale. Online giving pages, like Just Giving, will be able to collect Gift Aid information for you.