How we raise money


Everything we do to support local cancer patients relies on our wonderful supporters who raise vital funds for us.

The good news is that the only limit to what you can do to raise money is your imagination.  You can take part in one of our own events such as our Take on the Tower Abseil, Belvoir Walk and Slieve Donard Challenge, or get your family and friends together to organise your own fundraising event at home.  You can also support us when you're at work by taking us on as your charity partner, taking on one of our events as a team, or by holding your own event with colleagues.

To give you some inspiration, take a look at our Be Inspired section below and feel free to contact our fundraising team at any time if you have a fundraising idea that we can support you with. 

Our events

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  • Wear Something Festive

    Thursday, 1 November 2018

    Pull on your favourite festive fashions to raise funds for local people affected by cancer. ...

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  • Wish Upon A Star

    Thursday, 1 November 2018

    The Cancer Centre will be shining brightly this Christmas with Friends of the Cancer Centre’s special Wish Upon a Star appeal. ...

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Be Inspired

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  • Be Inspired


    Organising your own event is a great way to show your support for Friends of the Cancer Centre and the only limit on what you can do is your imagination.

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Gallery

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  • Skittle team strikes up thousands in memory of member

    Sunday, 11 November 2018

    Members of the O’Tooles Bar Skittle Team are pictured presenting Karen with a cheque for the amazing sum of £2150.The donation was raised through skittle competitions and held in memory of Brendan Valentine.

    Many thanks to the O’Tooles Bar Skittle Team, the Valentine/Lennon family and those who supported their generosity. It will make a huge difference to the lives of local people affected by cancer.

     

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  • Sober in October raises hundreds for charity

    Friday, 2 November 2018

    Neelum raised the money through sponsorship by giving up alcohol for the month of October. Many thanks to Neelum and those who supported her for their generosity. It will make a huge difference to the lives of local people affected by cancer.   

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  • Country music night is a massive hit

    Tuesday, 11 September 2018

    Our Fermanagh fundraising group held their annual Country Music night on Tuesday, 11th September in the Killyhelvin to raise funds for the charity.

     

    Over 500 people attended the event and enjoyed music from Boxcar Brian, Farmer Dan, Aidan Quinn among others with backing support from Country Harmony.  The evening was a huge success, raising the magnificent sum of £7,100.

     

    Many thanks to the Fermanagh fundraising group for organising such a fantastic event and for their continued dedication to the charity.

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Different ways you can help

At Home

There are lots of different ways you can support Friends of the Cancer Centre, right from the comfort of your own home.

 

  • Organise your own event
  • Take a collection can
  • Sell raffle tickets

At School

If your school is thinking about raising money for charity, why not choose Friends of the Cancer Centre.  Here are just some of the ways you can fundraise.

  • Non-uniform day
  • Sports day
  • Bake sale

At Work

Did you know that your business or place of work can raise money for Friends of the Cancer Centre? Take a look at how you and your colleagues can get involved.

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Fundraising Groups

Our fundraising groups raise vital funds for us across Northern Ireland and help promote our work in local communities. Why not get involved in your area!

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Hints & Tips

There are lots of ways you can raise money for Friends of the Cancer Centre. From the wild and wacky, to the low key and relaxed; there is no end to the things that you can do. Once you’ve decided what you want to do, check out our helpful guide which gives you all the information you need to have a successful event.

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