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There are so many ways to support our work for victims and survivors.

📧 Got a question or want to share your fundraising story? Please email us at fundraising@rapecrisis.org.uk – we'd love to hear from you!

Looking for a challenge in 2024?

Why not sign up for our annual Step Out in Solidarity fundraiser!

Commit to moving your body every day for 31 days this March – and raise money to support our life-changing work.

Whether you move for 20 minutes or 2 hours a day, what matters is showing solidarity with survivors.

Sign up and Step Out
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Be like Bob

Bob was part of a team of cyclists who raised nearly £2,000 for us at last year's RideLondon cycle challenge – a feat for which we're so grateful.

Each member covered a whopping 100 miles in one day on their bike. But, despite the hard work involved, the team also had a lot of fun.

"It was one of the most rewarding days I've ever had on a bike," Bob says.

Feeling inspired? Head over to our fundraising page for tips and ideas about how to raise money for us in other ways.

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Have you heard about payroll giving?

It's an easy way to donate more to us at no extra cost to yourself!

That's because payments are taken from your pre-tax salary, meaning that you can donate more to us without it affecting your pay packet.

Find out more
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