We are always looking at ways to raise funds and here are a few ideas for you to help us. Please pass this onto your friends, family and colleagues, your support is much appreciated.
Co-op Community Champions
If you are a Lincolnshire Co-op member and have a dividend card you can now help us with our fundraising. Simply visit www.lincolnshire.coop/communitychampions and select the “Choose my own Community Champion” option. Follow the steps online and select CANadda to receive your portion of the Community Champions fund; every time you shop we’ll receive a donation and it will not affect the dividend you receive.
If you don’t have access to the internet then call the Co-op Member Accounts team on 01522 781135.
If you use the Easysearch link below as your search engine it can help raise 1/2 pence for every search that is made; if CANadda’s members could just do a few clicks a week, it would certainly help mount up over a year.
Do you shop online at Amazon, Ebay, Play.com, purchase car or house insurance amongst many other things? Take a look at this website:
If you register with Easyfundraising and let them know that you support CANadda. You can go to the Easyfundraising website and shop with your favourite retailer which includes M&S, Argos, Debenhams, Currys, Next, PC World, Travelodge, insurance etc. and every time you make a purchase CANadda receives a small commission.
Visit our website and click on Paypal and you can make a donation – simple as that!! Please be aware CANadda will have to pay a commission charge.
If you wish to make a donation, please send a cheque made payable to CANadda and post to:
Queens Park Community Hub
We are always looking for people to fund raise for us. If any of you hold Virgin Vie parties or Chocoholic parties or any other kind of party, would you maybe consider donating a bit of commission to CANadda or how about having a raffle at your party and donating the proceeds to us?
If you have any local 10k runs etc. have you thought about entering and getting some sponsorship and donating to CANadda?
If you can’t help with any of the above, maybe you have a bright idea that could help CANadda raise much needed funds. If you do, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me, Debbie Marshall. I would welcome any suggestions.