Here you will find all you need to help you with your fundraising. Please contact us on email@example.com if you have any questions.
- How to pay in your money
- Sponsorship forms
- Useful information about Canine Partners
- Advice on keeping it safe and legal
- Guidance on Lotteries and raffles
- And how to get in touch with us
Download your forms now
- Paying in your money
(contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for alternative ways to pay in your fundraising)
- Gift Aid Form (2019) (form)
- Sponsorship Form (form)
Some useful information to get you going
- Help us train more dogs (poster)
- Canine Partners information leaflet
- Facts & Figures about Canine Partners
- The latest issue of Let’s Go Magazine
- Our latest Annual Review
- Canine Partners 10 step guide to taking photos
If you would like to raise money from your event, you can log your donations by setting up a JustGiving page so people can sponsor you online.
Spread the word
Promote your event at work or school as well as among your family, friends and the local community.
Put up posters, send out invites at school or work, or on community notice boards and ask local businesses to promote them for you.
We may be able to help with publicising your event, either in the local papers or on local radio. If you would like us to do this, please get in touch.
Our Communications team can also offer some post-event publicity if you send us the details and photos of your event.
Keep it safe and legal
When you organise your own fundraising event in aid of Canine Partners, you are responsible for making sure it does not pose any risks to others. That is why we would recommend you do a risk assessment.
You may need to consider taking out public liability insurance for events such as sponsored walks or runs, which will protect you against claims made by third parties. In most cases it is unlikely that Canine Partners’ own insurance policy will cover an event that you have organised. Please check if you are unsure.
For more information, visit the Institute of Fundraising.
If you are planning a fundraising event for children, please also visit the Institute of Fundraising.
Lotteries (including raffles)
Lotteries (including raffles) are complex and the most highly regulated form of fundraising for the sector. Holders of both large and small society lottery licences have to meet a significant number of compliance requirements under the terms of the licence they hold, including meeting conditions regarding safeguarding, age verification and statutory reporting on proceeds.
Only one small lottery licence can be held by a charity or society organisation, and Canine Partners’ licence is held by Chichester District Council the local authority where our Head Office is located.
Canine Partners does not authorise anyone else to apply for a licence in our name.
Groups or individuals who would like to raise funds from a raffle are able to do so by running an ‘Incidental Lottery’. An Incidental Lottery does not require a specific licence and is when the raffle tickets are sold on the same day as the draw or at the event, usually at the location of the draw or event. However, no raffle tickets may be sold in advance of the event. The Gambling Commission is a useful source of information on Incidental Lotteries.
If you have any questions regarding lotteries or raffles, please email email@example.com.
After your event or challenge
We would love to hear how your event or challenge went and we would especially love to see any pictures! Make sure you let us know on Facebook and send photos through to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t forget to let everyone know how it went, what you raised, and thank those who helped and supported you.
Get in touch
Contact us with any questions or for advice about fundraising.