How sausages can help your rural community raise money

4th September 2015
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Micro-sponsorship up to £1000 available from Debbie & Andrew's Sausages

One of our staff team saw this fund raising opportunity on a pack of sausages, so we thought we would share it with you.

Any fund raiser in aid of local activities and communities and which brings ‘A Real Taste of the Country’ to life can qualify. So long as the money raised is for a good cause that is supported locally and embodies country-inspired activities, skills, crafts, values or ideas.
It could be raising money for local team kits; refurbishing the sports pavilion; maintaining a local park or landmark; setting up a gardening club; buying school equipment; building an animal sanctuary; launching community cooking courses; repainting the church hall; promoting the village fete; holding a street party; staging a music concert or arts festival or creating a local support network. For fundraisers like these, Debbie & Andrew’s micro sponsorship scheme is here to help.

Does your project qualify?

Any small or grass roots project that has local community support can apply. Awards will be made based on the reach and relevance of the fund-raiser and the scope of the money given to optimise the money raised. Each application should therefore demonstrate a good base of local support and provide a clear proposal for how the funds are to be spent. Applications on behalf of established charities or organisations are welcome, so long as it is submitted by the local organisers and the micro sponsorship is spent on the fundraising activity and not given direct to the charity.
For information on the terms and conditions and how to apply, click here.