Fundraising at the Royal Hospital Chelsea

There are lots of fun and easy ways you can raise money for the Royal Hospital in support of the Chelsea Pensioners. However you choose to do it, our Fundraising Team is here to support you.

If you don’t have a particular activity in mind, then there are a wealth of fundraising challenges you can try. Why not consider:

  • hosting an afternoon tea party with cakes and other treats sold to raise funds for the Royal Hospital. We will supply you with all the literature you need, together with collection boxes;
  • being daring and completing a sponsored challenge such as a skydive or abseil -  asking your friends and family to support you by donating to the Royal Hospital.
  • holding a raffle. This could be a standalone fundraising event or part of a wider challenge. Charge a small fee for tickets with all proceeds collected in aid of the Royal Hospital;

If you are planning to raise funds for us, let us know and we’ll provide you with some publicity literature.

Support the Chelsea Pensioners today and contact our Fundraising Team on 020 7881 5243, or via appeal@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk.

 

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