Are you inspired by the work of the Laila Milly foundation and would like to fundraise for us? Are you looking for your next challenge or would like to face your fears? There are lots of events and activities for you to take part in, get in touch to see what challenges we hold throughout the year that you can join, or make up your own challenge! It’s so easy to set up a fundraising page through JustGiving, just click on the purple JustGiving button to the right of this page then click on the orange ‘Fundraise for us’ button in the top right hand corner. But if you like good old fashioned sponsor forms then you can download one here.
At the Laila Milly foundation we recognise the value and importance of volunteers and the wealth of experience, skill and ideas that they can often bring. We have several volunteering opportunities on offer for anyone interesting in giving their time to work with us.
Are you looking to get your school, golf club or community group involved in supporting the Laila Milly foundation? Help spread the word about the vital work the Laila Milly foundation does and have fun whilst doing it.
Would your company like to make a difference to our children’s charity by raising vital funds to offer support to help families with a seriously ill child? Encouraging your work colleagues to fundraise is an excellent way to help us, perhaps you could get a group of your colleagues together to do some volunteering – could you help us paint our outdoor fencing/create a sensory garden as part of a team building exercise?
Laila Milly foundation relies on voluntary donations for almost all of it’s income. There are many different ways in which you can donate to us. Read our donate page to find out more.
Get in touch with our fundraiser Amanda if you would like to get involved in any way by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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