We have a team of volunteers, many of whom are organised in regional committees, who are actively engaged in fundraising for RSABI.
Go on, get inspired
Join in and help us raise funds. We are actively seeking volunteers and fundraisers throughout Scotland so please get in touch to find out more.
Find out about fundraising here
Perhaps you are involved in your own fundraising initiative, small or large, or feel you would like to get involved in one of our own events listed on this site. Whatever the background, here are some thoughts and advice – but don’t hesitate to get in touch. We’ll be happy to help!
There are many ways to collect and send RSABI money you have raised via your fundraising efforts. These include online donations via Virgin Money Giving, text giving, cash, cheques and bank transfers.
A quick and easy way to generate additional income is to ask your sponsors to gift aid their donations. We can supply a sponsorship form including Gift Aid declaration as well as collection envelopes printed with a declaration. Gift Aid allows RSABI to claim an extra 25% from HMRC.
If your sponsors are donating online via a fundraising page on our Virgin Money Giving platform, you don’t need to do anything.
Publicity and marketing
Don’t forget to shout about the great support you are giving to RSABI. Email, website, social media, newsletters, posters, press releases and local radio can all generate interest and funds. We can help with all of these so please contact us for more information.
We have a range of materials to promote and help support events.
Running an event yourself?
Thank you for thinking of RSABI and raising funds to support us. We are keen to get involved and help in any way that we can. Contact us to chat through your idea and receive advice and materials. Similarly, we are glad to assist with the planning and promotion of events – don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Institute of Fundraising
There are rules and regulations around all aspects of fundraising such as running raffles, entertainment, food and drink, health and safety and so on. The IoF have a simple set of guidelines published on their website as a code of conduct.
Please be aware that the information within this webpage was believed to be correct at the time of publishing and anything included should not be taken as legal or financial advice. As an organiser of your own event, you are responsible for all aspects of your fundraising, but we will be here to support and give advice.
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Contact the development team by clicking the Contact Us button at the bottom of this page.