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Fundraise at your work

Bring your team together and fundraise at work

All you need to do is decide how you'd like to raise money for us - a team fundraiser such as a walk, run or bucket collection, donating a portion of your sales, or maybe you're already planning an event and would like to turn it into a fundraising opportunity! We've got resources to help you get everyone involved and we're here to help with any questions you have along the way.

Contact us at with any questions and let us know what you've got planned by filling out the form below.


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If you're looking to support Crisis longer term, or have chosen us as your charity of the year, please get in touch to discuss how we can support you!


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Other ways to support Crisis

Work for Good

Your business can turn the work you do into good by fundraising through your sales. By pledging to donate to us via the fundraising platform Work for Good, you can join a community of like-minded businesses and donate in a legal, simple and sustainable way that works for you. You can choose the amount and frequency, plus with no minimum (or maximum!) donation amount, you can give as you grow.

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Matched giving

Ask your employer if they'd be willing to boost your fundraising with matched giving. This could mean that they donate £1 for every £1 you raise, or they might set an amount that they're willing to give. It's a great way to get everyone involved and motivated, and gives employers the chance to show support for both their employees and the charity.


Learn more

Raising awareness about homelessness and the work Crisis does to end it is really important. We have lots of information and resources on our Homelessness Knowledge Hub, as well as videos on our YouTube channel. You can share these with your colleagues to build understanding about how the money you raise together will help to end homelessness.

Why not start with this poem from Munya Chidakwa, 'Water Cooler Chats', about in-work homelessness.