Helping GUTS isn’t always about putting your hand in your pocket – however you want to be involved with GUTS,
we welcome your support!
Making a donation
We are grateful for all donations, whatever the amount. You can send a cheque or make a donation using a card via the website.
Cash donations can be made at our office or via a GUTS pig, which can be found in many local pubs, garages and shops.
Why not give some of your time to help GUTS? We rely on volunteers to help out with all kinds of activities, such as street or supermarket collections, race marshalling, fundraising events, cake baking, awareness-raising or helping with admin and organisation – to name but a few!
Whether you have one hour or 20 hours to spare, we will be pleased to make good use of it.
Fundraise for us
Come up with your own fundraiser – it could be anything from a garden party to a parachute jump! Let us know what you want to do and we’ll help you turn your dream into a money-spinning reality!
For a sponsored event you can either set up an online sponsorship page at Just Giving, VirginMoney Giving or Total Giving or do it the old fashioned way by downloading a sponsorship form.
Take part in a challenge
Turn your sporting triumph into donations for GUTS by getting sponsored! We’ll provide you with all the support you need – and motivation too!
Give in celebration
Turn your celebration into something even more meaningful by asking your guests to make a donation in lieu of gifts. Start an on-line fundraising page and make it really easy for your guests to donate with Gift Aid.
GUTS 200 Club lottery
Why not be part of our lottery? Every month three winners are drawn – the minimum £5 monthly stake will give you three numbers. Get in touch to find out more.
Every penny does make a difference – we are grateful for all donations, whatever the amount. You can send a cheque or make a donation using a card here. Cash donations can be made at our office or via a GUTS pig, which can be found in many local pubs, garages and shops.
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