Fundraising for the Meniere’s Society
There are many ways you can help raise funds and awareness for the Ménière’s Society. Sponsored events not only raise funds for us but help increase public awareness of our work and the severe challenges presented to those affected by vestibular disorders. We are very grateful for all the support we receive and your donation, large or small, will make a difference. Thanks for your support.
Read on to download more information or get involved in one of the following events:
Fundraising events and activities:
A quick and easy fundraiser - watch the Lemon Skills Video and download your poster below
Order a Collection Tin
Online fundraising websites allow you to donate and raise funds online. Create your own online fundraising page to collect donations for your sponsored event or appeal. You can create a fundraising page for absolutely anything. You could get sponsored to run, swim, cycle, get fit, grow a moustache or have your head shaved. You can also create a personalised page to collect donations in lieu of gifts for a birthday or anniversary, or in memory of a loved one.
Fundraising pages are just like paper sponsorship forms, except they’re online, so you don’t have to traipse around collecting money. Personalise your page with a photo and message and email the web address to all your contacts. Friends, family, work colleagues and anyone else, from anywhere in the world, can then make a donation using your page.
The Meniere's Society is signed up to receive online donations with JustGiving and Virgin Money Giving. You can also use these sites to make a single or monthly donation to the Meniere's Society with a credit or debit card. These sites also reclaim Gift Aid automatically and pay your donation directly to the Meniere's Society at the end of every week. The websites are secure.
You can also support Ménière’s Society by becoming a member. Benefits include an extensive information pack, quarterly magazine Spin, a complimentary copy of Balance Retraining and Controlling Your Symptoms, voting rights at our AGM and more!