Supporting and helping homeless people is often a long-term process with real costs involved. Here at CCM, it requires a monthly cost of £43,500 to run our services for those in need. We receive no government or statutory funding, so we're 100% dependent on voluntary donations and need your support. Could you help us fundraise by joining a sponsored sporty challenge? Whether it's running, swimming, cycling or another form of physical challenge, your fundraising will mean that vulnerable people can access the practical help they need.
We provide lots of support to make your fundraising a success. Below are ready resources for you to set up an online fundraising page or download a sponsorship or gift aid form.
Please also remember to let us know about your challenge as we want to support you and publicise your challenge on our social medial channels. If sporty challenges aren't your thing, why not organise a bake sale or film night instead? Read our fundraising guide below for tips and advice on organising your own event or challenge. Here are some tools to get you started:
If you are a taxpayer, we can claim 25% of gift aid on top of your donations for the past four years, and on your current and future donations. Therefore be sure to complete the gift aid declaration when you set up your online fundraising page or please download a gift aid form, complete and send to us.
Please contact Sarah Luckwell for banners and supporting materials for your event.
Sell on Ebay
You can now sell your unwanted goods and donate a percentage of the sale to CCM. Please go to our Charity Page on Ebay to get started.
Scrap Your Car
GiveACar can tow away your unwanted car free of charge and donate the proceeds to us. Please go to Give A Car to arrange your car collection.
With your help we can be there for those suffering from homelessness, addiction and mental health problems. We are a small charity heavily dependent on donors and supporters to help us raise funds. Your contributions enable us to carry out invaluable work with individuals who suffer from homelessness and life-disrupting problems.
Contact: Sarah Luckwell, Supporter Care Officer