You can take part in a range of awareness & fundraising events and/or make a donation.
Many participants either take part in Official Mouth Cancer Foundation Events or they come up with their own innovative ways to raise awareness and funds for the charity including marathons, running, swimming, and other physical events, cake sales and sponsored events of any type.
We support all fund-raising initiatives and any ideas are welcome. Also remember to take videos and photos of all your efforts and send them into us to feature on our social media pages. You can also tag us before, during and after your campaigns. Instagram @mouthcancer, Facebook @mouthcancerfoundation and Twitter @mouthcancerMCF
Mouth Cancer Foundation has teamed up with Virgin Money Giving so all our runners & events participants can raise money quickly and easily online with their own personalised web pages. Friends and family will be able to donate online with a credit or debit card – so no more running around with paper sponsorship forms, or chasing cheques and cash after your event.
To set up your own free, personal Mouth Cancer Foundation fundraising web page today visit Virgin Money Giving.
The Mouth Cancer Foundation supports people with mouth, throat and other head & neck cancer face the crisis of cancer through survivor networks and advocacy. It provides support and information for patients, carers and health professionals through its award-winning website telephone helpline service.
Download our free Sponsorship Form (PDF) to collect sponsorship from your friends, family and colleagues. You will need a PDF Reader to open the document; if you don’t already have the software, get the free Adobe PDF Reader.
Postal address: Mouth Cancer Foundation, Larchfield Loft, 2 Larchfield Close, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 9DD
Gift Aid – making your money go further
Using Gift Aid means that for every £1 you give, we’ll receive an extra 25p from the Government, helping your donation go further.
Participation in any activity should be fun. Whilst there is never a minimum sponsorship requirement to participate in the event, there also is no maximum. The Sky really is the limit!
At the very beginning we recommend that you set yourself a target of how much you are hoping to raise in sponsorship as this can help you to focus on your fundraising efforts. By following the steps below, you may even find yourself exceeding your fundraising target!
Think about who you could ask to help you in your fundraising activities and decide when best to set about enlisting their support.
Make a list of potential sponsors – include relatives, friends, neighbours, sports and social club members, school / college friends, colleagues, business contacts etc – and decide when to approach them.
Ask your company for support. Many companies will match the amount you raise – it can give them good publicity and it’s a tax benefit too.
Keep accurate records for yourself and your chosen beneficiary. Record all money received on your sponsorship form, together with details of who made the donation and when.
And don’t forget before you start fundraising to ask whether your chosen beneficiary is eligible to receive tax relief on sponsorship donations as this can really boost the amount raised.
By being original and planning ahead, fundraising can be really rewarding and enjoyable!
Every year we receive a huge amount of support from a wide range of fundraisers raising awareness and support for mouth cancer.
Download a variety of free leaflets, posters and educational resources.