Supporting families of children and young
 people with cancer in the East Midlands

Individuals and Families

Individual fundraisers, groups of friends and families play in key role in organising events and fundraising on our behalf.

We’re always amazed by the interesting and unusual ideas from barn dances, masked balls and pub gigs to sponsored slims, overseas expeditions, continental bike rides and tandem skydives; not to mention those warm hearted folks who choose to celebrate birthdays and weddings with donations to PASIC in lieu of presents.

It doesn’t need to be expensive or extravagant –- many of our fundraisers hold small events or events at school or at work such as dressing differently for a day, car washing or auctioning off the boss. Some supporters have gorgeous gardens which they open to the public; local hairdressers organise sponsored head shaves; pubs put on family fun days and gyms get active with all day aerobics or virtual bike rides. The possibilities are never-ending and the Fundraising Team are always ready to help and support you with your fundraising efforts. Contact us to talk through your ideas.

Celebrate with us

There are many families with a child with cancer who still need more support so why not celebrate your next birthday, wedding or special wedding anniversary with PASIC and request donations to help make life a little brighter for young people with cancer living in your local area?

It’s easy to set up an online fundraising page which you can personalise with photos and details of your occasion. Spread the word and you’ll be amazed at how easy it is to raise funds and touched by your friends’ generosity! Share your fundraising page and send it out to all your family and friends via email, Facebook, Twitter or pop the link in with your invitations. It’s the perfect way to get them following and sharing with you in your special occasion.

If you’d like help setting up your Justgiving page or any other aspect of your fundraising contact us and we’ll be happy to talk things through with you.