You can help us to secure a better future for wildlife in Sussex by helping us to raise money for our nature conservation activities.
Our work happens because of your support. Helping us through fundraising means you will be playing an important role in helping nature to thrive in Sussex.
There are many ways you can raise money for us:
1. Raising funds your own way
There are lots of ways that you can just get on and organise an event or sponsored challenge to raise money for us such as coffee mornings, sponsored walks, quiz evenings or school/work non-uniform days. Its important to do things that are fun and that you'll enjoy!
2. Raising money online
Setting up an online fundraising page is quick and easy and it allows your friends, family and colleagues to sponsor you wherever they are and support our work to secure a better future for nature in Sussex.
You can create your own page and join our growing number of volunteer fundraisers across Sussex on Just Giving: https://www.justgiving.com/sussexwildlifetrust
Tell us what you are doing and we'll support, encourage and promote your efforts to our members to help you get more donations.
3. Request a collection box
If you have a good location for a donation box with a high footfall of people on a regular or one-off basis, please do get in contact and we'll make the arrangements for you. You can make a request by contacting our team using the details below.
4. Go shopping
If you do your shopping online, you can use easyfundraising - an online shopping directory listing many popular online stores. Just use the links whenever you shop online and, at no extra cost to you, we'll receive a free donation of up to 15% from every purchase you make. It really is that simple!
Sign-up for free here: http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/sussexwt
5. Contact our Community Fundraising Team
We always love to hear your ideas and develop new initiatives, so do contact our Community Fundraising Officer if you'd like to discuss ways to raise money for the Trust. Contact Louise Collins on 01273 497522 or send a message using the form below.