Inspired by our cause and want to help secure a better future for animals?
We rely on fabulous fundraisers just like you to spread the word about Goodheart Animal Sanctuaries and join us in our mission to secure better lives for animals everywhere.
Not sure where to start? We’ve got some great ideas of ways you can raise money for our sanctuaries, ranging from virtual events to sports challenges.
Fancy something sporty? There are lots of events taking place across the UK this year and next, and what’s more, we can help you secure charity places for many of them!
Take on our fun virtual challenge and help raise money for rescued animals. Click the link below for all the details on how to get started!
We’ve got everything you need to promote your fundraising activities, including thank you posters and invitations, as well as sponsorship and gift aid forms!
Maybe you fancy hosting an online event such as a quiz or virtual dinner party? Or maybe you’d like to set up a birthday fundraiser on Facebook to ask for donations instead of presents? Why not take a look at our fundraising ideas and challenges page for inspiration!
Fundraising is a great way to share your passion with others, and you can feel good knowing your donation is going directly to helping animals like Bertie live out the rest of their days in freedom and happiness.
Bertie arrived at Goodheart after being found abandoned at the side of a road. He was just a baby at the time, and as well as being underweight, his little body was covered in ticks. Under the care of our sanctuary team however, he was given the care and attention he needed and made a full recovery. He now has his very own paddock to explore, which he shares with his best buddy Pickle!
We’re lucky enough to have some fabulous fundraisers out there, who have helped raise funds for Goodheart Animal Sanctuaries in a variety of wonderful ways!
In December 2020, St. Ambrose Catholic Primary School based in Kidderminster raised an amazing £145 for our sanctuary, as well as adopting rescued resident Harry the pony!
The class completed a sponsored 10 laps of their playground dressed in festive costumes and Christmas jumpers.
After witnessing first hand the important work we do, supporter Shaun and his friends took on the challenge of cycling 170 miles, from Stoke-on-Trent to Stonehenge!
Despite gale force winds, driving rain, and having to cycle an extra 30 miles, the team smashed their goal, and in the process raised an amazing £320 for Goodheart Animal Sanctuaries.
In March, Goodheart friend and supporter Alisha took on the Tough Mudder challenge: 10 gruelling miles of mud, obstacles, and, well, more mud!
Alisha took on the challenge to support the completion of our Pig Barn Project, and raised an incredible £610!