Why not try to think of a way of fundraising?

It could be anything from selling cakes to work colleagues, having a dress down day in the office, organising a small raffle, having a karaoke night in your local pub.

Are you part of a group, team or organisation?
Why not try to organise a sponsored event, perhaps with a small prize for the person who raises the most as a small incentive?

If you are part of a choir or orchestra how about obtaining permission from your local town council to perform in the town centre with collection buckets for donations from passers-by? Our “How to Organise” checklist gives you more information about organising a Bag Pack at a local supermarket - Click here to download a copy (Adobe PDF File).

It doesn't have to be anything complicated. If you do fundraise for WSUK then please contact us for any advice you may need and take plenty of pictures so we can add them to our webiste along with information about what and how you have raised funds so we can share it with everyone else.

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What a fantastic year! We raised an amazing £11,600 for research into Wolfram Syndrome through various fundraising events such as a karaoke night, a family funday, charity 20/20 cricket match between 2 local sides & the Roadtrip to Wales which included walking up & down Mount Snowdon dressed up as children’s cartoon characters to name but a few.

We were invited by Professor Barrett to visit the labs in Birmingham to meet his very dedicated team of researchers, to see exactly where & how the money is to be spent.

This year there are a number of fundraising events planned, please see the events page for the diary of fundraising events.

The 2014 challenge has been set!
Our fundraising group the Charity Roadtrip have announced the challenge for 2014. They are inviting entries of teams of 2 plus a car to join them on a daunting adventure travelling through all 4 countries of the UK, 40 counties in less than 60 hours.

This will be the biggest Wolfram Syndrome awareness campaign ever held! The chairman of Charity Roadtrip will give a presentation about the challenge at the Wolfram Syndrome Information & Support Day in November.

We challenge you to make a difference!

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