Help Aruma raise funds for people with a disability by working with your local communities.
If you want to make a difference to the lives of people with a disability and support Aruma (formerly House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation), why not create your own fundraising event?
Community Fundraising is a wonderful way to get your personal network of family, friends, colleagues and neighbours excited about the great work we do at Aruma and raise some much needed funds.
There are so many fun and creative ways you can raise funds for us. Here are just a few ideas… but feel free to get creative!
For your birthday, engagement, or wedding, tell your friends and family that instead of presents, you would like them to make a donation to Aruma. You can create an event page where people can donate.
A Gift in Memory is also a beautiful way to celebrate and honour the life of a loved one. Friends and family can have the opportunity to donate to Aruma in lieu of flowers at a funeral. You can create an In Memoriam page or event where people can donate.
With gifts in memory and celebration, we will gratefully acknowledge your donation with a letter of thanks and a tax deductible receipt. We will also send a personal message to the person being celebrated, or the next of kin of those being remembered, to thank them for their support.
Let us know how you’d like to raise funds for us and we’ll send you our Community Fundraising guidelines. Well also send you our Authority to Fundraise form.
To help you promote your community fundraising activity, we can create an event page specially for you. This will help you to let more people know you are raising funds to help people with a disability! We can also send through posters and flyers to let even more people know about your great fundraising efforts.
Your wonderful efforts will allow us to provide further support for people with a disability.
For more information about fundraising with Aruma, call us on 1800 068 064 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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