Get involved!

''Happiness is not something-ready made. It comes from your own actions.'' - Dalai Lama  

Here at ABTA LifeLine we know how great doing good feels, so we want to encourage others to do the same!

From holding your own fundraising challenge, to supporting our events to the £1 per employee scheme, there are a wide range of ways to get involved - any amount of money raised makes a huge difference to the charity and the people we help.

We also need your help to raise awareness of what we do. By telling your colleagues about ABTA LifeLine you are increasing our capacity to help those who really need it, by putting a poster up in your workplace or just having a chat with your colleagues about us, you could be putting someone in contact with the LifeLine they desperately need.

Personal Challenges

From sky dives to bake sales, and dress down days to fun runs, the possibilities are endless. If you need inspiration, take a look at our fundraising guide.

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Fundraising at Work

Why not choose ABTA LifeLine as your charity partner for the year. There is loads of things you can do to raise funds for your charity. From raffles, to quiz nights to dragon boat racing, there is no end to the ways you can get involved. And of course, we want to hear from you about your events. Share your ABTA LifeLine fundraising events on facebook.com/ABTALifeLine or tweet @abtalifeline to tell us what you’re up to.

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But how will I collect the money and get it to ABTA LifeLine?

JustGiving has made fundraising a breeze! Just set up your own free personalised fundraising page, which is super quick and easy to create, and start spreading the word. Your personalised link allows others to go straight to your fundraising page and pay securely via credit and debit card, then all money raised comes directly to ABTA LifeLine. Check out JustGiving.com/abta today!

Alternatively, you can donate through our website or email lifeline@abtalifeline.org.uk or call 020 36930171 and we will send you our details for a simple bank transfer.