Fundraise as a group
Don't go it alone - get your gang together to raise money for blind veterans.
If you're thinking about fundraising for Blind Veterans UK, why not do it as a group? Are you involved in a military or faith group that would like to raise money for a good cause? Or maybe you're associated with the Lions or Masons in your area? Do you help out with your local Scouts or Guides group? Perhaps you're in a sports club or run a small business and would like to engage more with your community?
Whatever you're part of, fundraising together is a great way to build relationships, learn new skills and have some fun at the same time.
Plus, the more people you get involved, the more money you can raise to help vision-impaired veterans rebuild their lives.
Find your group
We've loads of suggestions and tips to help you organise a successful fundraising activity. Find your group below, or scroll down for more ideas.
Are you part of a Lions, Masons or Rotary club? Maybe you're in a faith group or the Women's Institute and would like to help blind veterans?
If run a local company, fundraising for us can benefit your business, as well as helping to turn veterans' lives around.
The military community is part of our extended family. Take on a challenge to ensure that no one who served their country battles sight loss alone.
Are you a teacher or a parent? Get your class involved in fundraising for charity. As well as helping veterans battling sight loss, they'll learn new skills and, most importantly, have some fun.
If you're involved in a youth group like the Scouts, Guides or Army Cadets, you can raise funds at the same time as fulfilling requirements for programmes such as the Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
Not part of these groups? Here are some other ideas to get you started
Tell us what you're doing
Organising a fundraising activity for Blind Veterans UK? Let us know what you're doing and we'll give you all the help you need to make it a success.