Fundraising

Fundraising helps provide the resources that are necessary for making a huge difference in our young people’s lives.

There are hundreds of ways you can support Baca, helping the young people to rebuild their lives, through support, education and therapy and help them to integrate into their local community. We have a few ideas on how you can get involved or you might have some exciting ideas of your own!

Maybe you would like to try a new challenge, such as run a marathon, sky-dive, use your creativity, busk, bake a cake, walk 50 miles, arrange a gig, host a dinner party, raise money on a special occasion or organise a special event.

If you have a great idea to raise money for Baca or you are looking for inspiration, then contact our fundraising team. We are happy to answer any questions or chat through your plans.

Let us know your ideas, or if you need help with ideas or planning then contact us by emailing Sue or Anthony at fundraising@bacacharity.org.uk.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

There are so many ways you can fundraise….

Make a donation and support a young person.
See our donation page to see how you can make a difference.

Become a regular giver – Regular donations make a massive difference to our work, helping to provide a stable unreserved income into the charity, and bring secure resources for the services we offer our young people. You can choose to give weekly, monthly or even yearly, it’s totally your choice. For further information email finance@bacacharity.org.uk

Plan your own fundraiser – We have a digital fundraising pack with useful information about Baca, and lots of tips on how to run your own event or activity, helping to make your fundraising a success.

Whether you want a new challenge or just a bit of fun, we have a few ideas of how you can fundraise ...

Volunteer’s Story

Rothley 10K run

Despite the weather I had a great time running the Rothley 10k. I wanted to do something to support Baca and the young people they work with. Getting sponsored to run the £10k was my way of helping. Hannah, Nottingham…