Fundraise for SCM

SCM can only do what it does because of the fantastic support of people like you, so THANK YOU! Here are some ideas of how you can fundraise for SCM.

 

Buy our merch

You can order merch from our online store and buy ethically sourced gifts for your friends and family, which helps us fundraise and more people to learn about what we do!

 

Hold a fundraising event or social evening 

Do you have a beautiful garden?  Do you love curry?  Willing to give a few hours of your time to help organise a meet up for SCM friends, supporters and students? This is an awesome opportunity to let as many people know about SCM as possible, as well as having fun!

 

Running a collection at church

Running a collection at your local church is a great way to raise money for SCM, whilst also telling your church family about why you love SCM! This could be done as part of Student Sunday. Student Sunday, or the Universal Day of Prayer for Students, is celebrated on the third Sunday of February and is one of the oldest ecumenical days of prayer. You can click here to find out more about Student Sunday, and download some resources.

 

Encourage your church to join our 200 Churches campaign

We're currently recruiting 200 churches to commit to donating £200 a year to SCM to secure our future, but we need your help. If you think that your church would join the campaign, a personal ask will always be best. Head over to our dedicated page for all the information.

 

Challenge yourself with a sponsored event

Been thinking about doing that half marathon for ages now? Always wanted to dye your hair a wacky colour or knit a record-breaking blanket? Why not set yourself a challenge and get your friends to sponsor you!

 

Sell your skills 

Are you a whizz at changing a plug? Can you mend clothes? Offer to do these things for friends and acquaintances, all in exchange for a donation to SCM.

 

Go your own way!

Have an idea not mentioned here? Let us know and we might be able to help make it a reality! For sponsor forms or any resources, please call the office or email us.