Make sure your fundraising stays legal, so you can raise as many donations as possible for the Ramblers and together we can help in the fight for walkers’ rights, protecting our green spaces and ensure that everyone gets to enjoy the benefits of being outdoors.
Collections can be a fun way to raise donations and awareness for us, but first consider these useful guidelines:
Once you have permission for your collection or to display a collection tin, email firstname.lastname@example.org stating where and when it will take place, and we will send you a collection tin.
When we send you a collection tin, we will also provide you with a letter of authority showing that we are aware of, and support, your fundraising. This letter does not constitute official permission for any fundraising activities and you must obtain any permits/licences from relevant authorities.
When you have finished collecting, or if you no longer wish to collect for the Ramblers, please return the tin to:
2nd Floor Camelford House
87-90 Albert Embankment
Holding a raffle is a great way to increase donations from your event.
If you hold a small raffle on the day of your event you do not have to get a special licence as long as:
For more information please read the Institute of Fundraising Guidelines.
If you are doing something more than the above please do contact the Ramblers Fundraising team because your activity could be illegal and also have an impact on Ramblers GB’s Lottery licence: email@example.com.
If you are under 18 and holding a fundraising event, there are certain things that you will need help with. You should always ask an adult to help you with your fundraising to make sure you are safe.
There are some things that you cannot do if you do not have an adult to help you. These things are:
Call our supporter care team on 020 3961 3300
Challenge yourself at Chirk and the Ceiriog Valley, Saturday 3 October 2020. Five routes to choose from.