Get involved with fundraising for Step One.
There are many ways for you to get involved with Step One and make a huge difference to the lives of people with disabilities and mental health issues.
Support our new hospital project
Organise your own fundraising event
You can do something amazing by organising a fundraising event for Step One. You could shave your head, throw a garden party, arrange a clothes swap, hold a bake sale, teach yoga, organise a music festival, dye your hair blue, plus lots more.
Running and challenge events
With a number of local running and challenge events on offer in the South West of England, why not sign up, get fit and fundraise for Step One? We have places in Exeter’s Great West Run on 15 October. Email email@example.com for details on how to enter for our charity.
You can get involved through Charity of the Year partnerships, cause-related marketing, sponsorship opportunities and by giving your time. We can help your company achieve its corporate social responsibility objectives whilst offering excellent fundraising, PR and team opportunities.
Friends of Step One
Step one is lucky to have a number of friends fundraising groups who are active in their communities promoting the work of the charity as well as raising funds. From manning stalls at local events, to making jams and chutneys and organising coffee mornings, they are always keen to get involved.
Trusts and Foundation support
We work with a number of Trusts and Foundations who support our projects and work and we are always looking for new opportunities.
Find out more…
We would be delighted to hear from you if you want to discuss how you could get involved. Please contact Lisa Whittaker, Corporate and Community Fundraiser, 01392 286295 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step One is registered with the Fundraising Regulator.