Community, Schools, Colleges and University Giving

Cavernoma Alliance UK (CAUK) values the fundraising support received from community groups, schools, colleges and universities.  As a national charity, CAUK has projects and activities organised throughout Britain which are helped through locally raised funds.

All age groups from very young children to the elderly can develop a cavernoma, which can cause serious symptoms. Children, teenagers, and adults can have single or multiple cavernoma anywhere in the brain or spinal cord. Treatments may require medication, radiotherapy, and surgery. Please consider fundraising to help children, families, adults or the elderly.

CAUK staff are based in Dorset and welcome the support of local Dorset schools, colleges and community groups.

There are many ways in which schools, colleges or universities can raise funds for CAUK. Some popular ideas are:

  •  Non-uniform day
  • Theme/character dress up day
  • Wear a hat day
  • School party
  • Unwanted items /toy sale
  • University/college RAG week donation
  • University/college wacky hair day
  • Easter or Christmas charity collection

CAUK will supply branded promotional items such as badges, pens, balloons, T-shirts, running vests and collection boxes if your group will need these items to help raise funds.

For further information please contact Ian Stuart on telephone number 01305 213876 or email info@cavernoma.org.uk

CAUK would like to say a big thank you to the following schools and clubs for raising funds and supporting CAUK:-

Ellington Village Club in Huntingdon.

Rushwick Primary School, Rushwick, Worcester, (School film night).

East Garforth Primary Academy, Leeds, (Pupil Wear A Hat Day).

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