Join an amazing team of individuals, community groups and businesses all coming together to end Domestic Abuse and homelessness, and offer vital support to women in children in our shared community.
Every fundraising hero means the world to us.
Become a Haven Hero
Plan an event
We have an exciting calendar of events running throughout the year, but we also rely on people like you to get involved in the event fun too! Your fundraising event can be anything you like – from a charity ball to a bake sale, a sponsored walk to a dance-athon. Host a Battle of the Bands or get sponsored to take a vow of silence – any event, big or small, will play a huge part in helping women and children escape domestic abuse for good.
We will be on hand throughout your event to support you in any way we can. Whether you are a novice event planner, or a fundraising pro, our team will be happy to offer all the advice and guidance you need along the way. What’s more, we can provide you with things like publicity materials and collection boxes to help make your event stand out from the crowd.
Got an idea, but just need a little helping hand?
Our team are on hand to help and we would LOVE to hear what you are up to so be sure to get in touch to let us know all about your plans! In the meantime, have a read through our top tips to make sure you have got all bases covered.
Need an online fundraising page to collect all those lovely donations? No problem! We use Just Giving as our main platform; you can set up a page in just a few clicks here – just press start fundraising in the top corner. If you want to collect sponsorship money offline, we can send you a copy of The Haven’s sponsor form! We have a few different options depending on what your event involves so get in touch with our friendly team and we can send you all the resources you need!
*Please ensure all fundraising in the COVID-19 pandemic is safe, and that you follow government guidelines to ensure a safe fundraising event for all those involved!*
Want to fundraise but not sure where to start?
We are committed to following our vulnerable person policy in all our fundraising activities.
We believe that giving to The Haven Wolverhampton should always be a positive experience; whether you are a new or existing supporter. The Haven Wolverhampton are committed to fundraising in an open and honest way and strive to ensure that donors are treated fairly and with care. We will always do everything we can to ensure supporters are making informed decisions about their donation and support of the women and children at The Haven Wolverhampton. Click here to find out more.
Not what you were expecting?
We work to ensure we fundraise ethically and fairly, and, in line with the Fundraising Regulator, make this promise to all of our donors. However, from time to time we know we might not meet your expectations. Should this happen, please click here to read our procedure and download a complaint form – we value feedback as it gives us the opportunity to reflect and improve going forward, so that our fundraising benefits not only our service users, but our donors and supporters too.
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