What you can do
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Fundraising tips

How to raise sponsorship money for the Equality Walk

This year, we want to raise £40,000 to improve the lives of young LGBT people across Britain, by raising just £50 you can help make this happen.

Over 75,000 young LGBT people will be bullied this year. Last year we trained more than 480 teachers, giving them the skills to tackle homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in schools and colleges. With your help, the money raised from our Equality Walk could train even more and stamp out prejudice in schools.

Raise money online

The easiest way to raise money is to set up an online Everyday Hero fundraising page. Once you’ve set it up, share the link with your friends and family to encourage them to support you.

Raise money offline

You can print off our sponsorship form, collect the money and then send it to us so we can get it to where it’s needed most. You can send in your sponsorship by any of the methods mentioned below.

Sponsor form

Fundraising made easy

Need ideas for how to raise sponsorship or put the fun in your fundraising? Check out our fundraising pack full of ideas and hints. It doesn’t matter how much time you have, we’ve got something to suit everyone.

Fundraising Pack

Pay in your sponsorship

Once you’ve completed the Equality Walk, it’s easy to pay in your sponsorship money. You can:

  • Pay in your donations to your own online giving page.
  • Hand in your money at the Equality Walk on the day.
  • Call the Equality Walk team on 020 7593 2298 to make a credit or debit card payment over the phone.
  • Post a cheque to Stonewall, Tower Building, York Road, London, SE1 7NX.

Contact us

Whatever you’ve got planned we’re here to support you every step of the way. We can offer advice and guidance on your fundraising plans and supply fundraising materials such as posters and stickers.

Most importantly of all, we’ll provide bags of enthusiasm and encouragement along the way.

Get in touch by email at equalitywalk@stonewall.org.uk or call 020 7593 2298.