Community Fundraising

From Rotary Clubs to Operatic Societies, from Scouts to Freemasons, there are many ways your community group can make a difference to SNAP and the families we support.

Want to help us? SNAP’s Fundraising Team will be on hand to guide and encourage you all the way.

If you are holding a one-off event to raise money we can offer fundraising support, advice on raising awareness of your event, and provide SNAP materials to help show your audience the difference they are making.

We can also provide you with collection buckets, banners, balloons, and sponsorship forms, to help you with your fundraising activities.

Alternatively, if you would like SNAP to be your Charity of the Year we can support your group throughout the year, starting with a talk to your group about our work and then offering inspiration and guidance on activities.

We can also help your community group to raise its profile, and awareness of its fundraising achievements, by providing press release writing support, advice on dealing with the local press and media, and offering top tips for social media engagement.

Download your SNAP Fundraising Toolkit

Alternatively, get in touch on
01277 245345 or email
[email protected]

Collection Pot

A simple way to raise money and awareness for SNAP is by placing one of our collection pots in your place of work, or maybe suggesting to somewhere that you visit in the local area such as a restaurant, pub, surgery or hairdressers.

A caring community makes a huge difference

The fundraising efforts of Billericay Community Choir hit the right note with SNAP!

The 60-strong choir dedicated its Spring Concert to raising money for the charity with ‘An evening at the movies’. Opening with ‘Summertime’ from Porgy and Bess, the choir gave a spine tingling performance of Adele’s classic ‘Skyfall’ and the night finished with a rendition of ‘Some Enchanted Evening’ from South Pacific. The musical treat raised £700 for SNAP.

“We were delighted,” said co-founder Vince Lewington. “The choir has a passion to support local charities which are making a difference to the communities they serve. SNAP was an obvious choice.”

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