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Like so many Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centres in the UK. we are always in need of financial support. If you would like to support us by arranging your own fundraising event, we would love to hear from you.

We can offer to support you with ideas and planning including advertising your event, here are some ideas for inspiration.




A – abseil, auction, afternoon tea

B – bake sale, bike ride, bad tie day, bungee jump

C – car boot sale, cricket match, curry night

D – dress down day, disco, darts competition

E – Easter egg hunt, egg and spoon race

F – fancy dress day, football tournament, film night

G – garden party, games night, golf day

H – head shave, honesty box, horse racing night

I – Irish night, ironing service, It’s a Knockout competition

J – jazz evening, jumble sale, job swap

K – karaoke night, keep fit-a-thon

L – ladies night, lent challenge, litter pick

M – marathon, masked ball, mini Olympics

N – non-uniform day, name the teddy, New Year’s Eve party

O – office sweepstake, open garden, obstacle course

P – parachute jump, pub quiz, plant sale

Q – quiz night

R – raffle, rowing, recycling

S – sponsored silence, swimming, scavenger hunt

T – talent show, treasure hunt, tombola

U – unwanted gift sale, University Challenge, uniform day

V – variety show, vehicle rally, vintage day

W – wine and cheese evening, wacky hair day, waxing

X – Xmas fete, Xmas card sale, Xmas carol singing

Y – yoga-thon, yo-yo competition, yodelling competition

Z – zumba-thon, zip wire, zorbing


Here are some recent fundraising ideas that are currently taking place:

Helping Hands 4 Halton Charity Marathon

A Halton youth group has launched a bid to raise money to support victims of rape and sexual assault. The borough’s National Citizen Service (NCS) scheme are donning fancy dress and completing a marathon’s distance between them running on treadmills at the gym at Heath Business and Technical Park in Runcorn on July 15.

Click here to visit their donation page.


Di's walking challenge

Di is undertaking a walking challenge to raise money for RASASC, a charity close to her heart. 💓

To donate to her fundraising challenge, click here.

Legs walking

Brian's 12 hour non-stop virtual cycle

Brian is planning on doing a non-stop 12-hour virtual cycle to raise money for RASASC, the charity who supported his friend during their experience. He said: “It’s so important that we all work together to raise awareness of this topic, together we can support those that need charities like RASASC when they need it the most.”

To donate to Brian’s cycle, visit his Just Giving page here.

Brian profile picture

No Means No – A Survivor’s Story

Kez, a sexual violence survivor, has designed and launched a pin badge to raise funds for the charity that supported her.

You can purchase her badge here. 

No means no pin badge and rainbow background

“Rasasc has helped me overcome many obstacles in my life not just concerning my abuse but many others, I always feel listened to and they have helped me make decisions about my life I wouldn’t have normally been able to make previously. ”


Survivor of sexual abuse, aged 39