Fundraising for us made fun and easy!

The English Federation of Disability Sport is proud of its events programme- Disability Sport Events. Thanks to our amazing fundraisers and sponsors, our renowned programme- Disability Sport Events- has produced so many champions and future stars. Today, we reveal our new fundraising pack to make it easier and quicker for you to raise much needed money. With your help we can make a difference to more disabled people in sport.

Through various types of events, Disability Sport Events (DSE) provides memorable, quality sporting opportunities for disabled people to try new sports, develop their talent and be active for life. The aim is to increase participation of disabled people in the sport and at the level they choose. These events help to break down the barriers in sport, remove negative attitudes and stereotypes as well as promote the benefits of an active lifestyle. As a self-funded programme, DSE relies on generous individuals and companies to continue our success.

To assist you with your fundraising ideas, we are pleased to reveal our fantastic new fundraising pack. Whether you want to organise a small event at your school or office, or maybe take yourself out of your comfort zone in an exciting challenge event- our fundraising pack is a great resource! The pack is full of handy hints and tips to help you organise a successful event. It also contains illustrations by the talented Lisa Paterson. We can help you get the most out of your fundraising.

Download the EFDS Fundraising pack

Fundraising pack page

Fundraising for us can be so much fun and rewarding. Whether you have an idea to raise £50 in a bake sale or are teaming up with your colleagues to raise £1000 for a sponsored event, we would love to hear from you. It is an excellent opportunity for you to team up with your friends or colleagues.

If you have a fundraising idea or would like to know more about our work please contact Becky Lee by email or 0161 228 2868.

Supporting our work is easy and makes a difference to lots of disabled people.