How you can help
Race2Recovery is raising money to help support injured servicemen and women through the amazing facilities at Tedworth House and our US team members are fundraising for The Heroes Project. We need your help to fundraise and to be part of this fantastic team charity effort.
How you can help;
If you are inspired by Race2Recovery there are many ways to raise funds for charity via the Foundation or for the Race2Recovery Racing Team. Here are some ideas:
Sponsored marathon (running or swimming)
Sponsored walk (with ot without dogs)
Holding a ball or concert and sending a percentage of proceeds from ticket sales to Race2Recovery and/or holding an auction at the event
Wine and/or cheese tasting evening
Selling homemade cakes and/or crafts
Sponsored weight loss
Sponsored sporting event
Sponsored silence (good one to get your kids involved with)
Sit in a bath of cold baked beans; a special kind of endurance event
One for the men; leg or chest waxing
The only limit to fund raising ideas is your imagination. You can use the Bmycharity online fundraising service and you can begin e-fundraising commission-free right now by clicking the link at the bottom of the page. Funds raised for the Race2Recovery Foundation will support the work of Help4Heroes at Tedworth House.
Funds raised to support the racing team will ensure that the team complete their programme of competitions right through to the Dakar 2013. You can support the race team by clicking on the appropriate link below.
We will promote your event through our social media and publicise your fundraising totals after the event, with photographs if you like. Unfortunately we cannot provide any funding to set up your fund raising, the structure of the Foundation and the Racing Team do not allow us to do this.
Please get in touch with us if you have any extra hours in your life which you are prepared to put towards Race2Recovery’s powerful, positive effort to help support injured servicemen and women. With the funds going either to the H4H project Tedworth House or to the Race2Recovery racing team, you can make a difference.