Raising funds for Manna gives the satisfaction of going the extra mile (or 26!), inspiring others to give, having fun, and getting a sense of achievement in return.
Please sponsor our runners in the British 10K London Run
On Sunday 9th July five of our supporters will be running the British 10K London Run to raise funds for us. The run is through central London, starting at 9.30am in Piccadilly and finishing on Whitehall. Three of the runners are from MyDrive Solutions Ltd, Lyga Ivanovska, Massimiliano Kisvarday and Nhan Phan. Two of the runners are from the Thomas Guy Sub Aqua Club, Alessandra Natale and Olga Baron.
You can support them online at
or by sending a cheque made payable to “The Manna Society”.
Your support would be very much appreciated.
Please tell us about your fundraising event, or ask us if you require further information. You can contact our Administrator on 020 7357 9363 or email@example.com.
Many people are now using website tools, as well as the traditional sponsorship form, to help them fundraise. This means that friends can support you whenever and wherever, and donations are secure. The website also provide you with a way of telling your own fundraising story through photos, videos and text, and a fundraiser tool kit covering downloadable posters to ‘how to’ guides. Companies can also use these online tools to manage and promote all their fundraising in one place.
Manna has online fundraising pages on:
Give yourself an excuse to do something you’ve always wanted to do – skydive from 15,000 feet. Challenge yourself to do something you thought was impossible – run a marathon. Turn a fun social occasion with family, friends or colleagues into a fundraising event. Do something that is related to Manna’s work – hold a sleep out during winter.
Or do something very simple – do a collection for us. It could be either on a one off basis or you could put one of our collection boxes into your church, school or place of work. We will provide the collection box/es.
There are lots of ideas out there on the internet, and here are links to two websites to spark your own thinking: