Fundraising

Fundraising


How Can You Help NEWSAR?

All team members are volunteers and we do not receive any payment for providing this service to the Police.

It costs approximately £25,000 a year to run the Team – this covers fuel and repairs for our vehicles, protective equipment for team members, training courses, team equipment such as ropes, stretchers etc.

The majority of this money is raised through street collections, grant applications, collecting tins, personal donations (often after a rescue) and sponsored events.

You could help us to achieve our fundraising goals in a number of ways

  • Organising or assisting with a fundraising event.
  • Donate a piece of equipment to the Team.
  • Host a Collection Box.

Contact our  Fundraising Officer for information on any of the above.


Give a Donation

Give a Donation to NEWSAR via our Donation page Donate to NEWSAR

Join our Supporters Group

Help reduce the fundraising burden on Team members by joining our Supporters Group. For further infomation please go to the Supporters Group page.


Join The 200 Club

Pay £12 a year for the chance of winning up to

£100 every Month

Join our ‘200 Club’, pay £1 for a ‘number’ each month to be entered into a monthly draw with the winner receiving 50% of the total funds, up to £100

The remainder of the funds will be donated to NEWSAR to assist with its voluntary activities.

Payment accepted, via half yearly or annual cheque or via Monthly or Quarterly Standing Order

Registered with Flintshire County Council in accordance with the Lotteries and Amusements Act 1976 (as amended

For further infomation, an application form and direct debit mandate, please contact the fundraising officer


Sponsor NEWSAR

Nominate NEWSAR as you chosen charity for as sponsored event. For further details and how to set up a personal Charity Trust fundraising page similar to ‘Just Giving’ please contact our Fundraising officer. Further details available at both NEWSAR Charities Trust Page and Example Fundraising Page


Collecting Used Stamps

Collecting used stamps, please send in the post to

NEWSAR PO Box 37, Mold. CH7 1EZ, or to arrange a local collection, please contact the Fundraising Officer


NEWSAR Clwydian Fell Race

Take part in the annual NEWSAR Clwydian Fell Race

For information on the 2015 race and earlier see NEWSAR Clwydian Fell Race (Archive)


Collect Printer Cartridges and Old Mobile Phones

 

 

Collecting and send your used Printer cartridges and Old Mobile Phones to our recycling partners Reclaim-IT and NEWSAR will receive a donation.

Click to request for a free-post envelope

Use Refrence 2664


Use everyclick.co.uk

 

Use http://Everyclick.co.uk as your search engine and help raise money for the Team.

Use Easy Fundraising

Use Easy Fundraising an internet shopping site which donates part of the proceeds of the sale to the Team, at no extra cost to the buyer. So treat yourself and us at the same time!

If you would like to help us with any of these or know of any other ways in which you can help us, please contact the Fundraising Officer

NEWSAR Supporters Group

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Donation

How you can give a donation to NEWSAR  By Credit or Debit Card   By Post If you are a UK taxpayer please print, complete and return a NEWSAR Gift Aid Declaration Form with your donation to NEWSAR PO Box 37, Mold. Flintshire. North Wales CH7 1EZ. By Text Message   To donate you need to text the code …

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Clwydian Hills Fell Race

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