We have come up with some quick and easy ways for our supporters to help Haringey Shed raise much needed funds without asking you to part with any of your own cash!
The 100 Challenge Club is a chance for you to challenge yourself, make that dream a reality and to raise funds for charity in the process. Haringey Shed is looking for 100 challenges over the year to help raise much needed support for inclusive theatre and performing arts activities for young people.
eBay “Bring & Sell Sale” Is it time for a spring clean? If you are clearing out your loft, garage or wardrobe why don’t you donate your items to the Haringey Shed Bring & Sell sale? All we need is a photo & description of your items. We can then list them on eBay and watch them sell! Alternatively, if you prefer to sell on eBay yourself you can request that a percentage of your sale goes to Haringey Shed.
Charity Challenge. For the daredevils amongst you! Have you ever wanted to jump out of a plane? Climb a mountain? Bungee Jump? We’re looking for brave supporters to take on a Charity Challenge to raise money for Haringey Shed. For those of you a little less bold how about a sponsored walk or silence? Could you be our next Challenger? Have a look at the challenges on offer and select Haringey Shed as your chosen charity. www.charitychallenge.com
Become an Online Fundraiser. Set up a personal homepage where friends, family and colleagues can make donations. Ideal if you are taking part in a sponsored event, or celebrating a special occasion.https://www.justgiving.com/haringeyshed/Donate
Nightrider Overnight Cycle. Supporters Anna Oldham-Cooper and Mitch Payne cycled together and completed the course in 6 hours 30mins and raised over £500
Elizabeth Thacker decided to request Birthday donations to Haringey Shed for her birthday. Her generous friends and family raised over £2,500.
If you would like to fundraise for Haringey Shed then please contact us on 020 8801 7209 or firstname.lastname@example.org