Our community fundraisers play a key role in raising awareness and much-needed funds for Cork ARC Cancer Support House.
Hosting a fundraiser is a great way to raise awareness and funds, while having some fun for yourself.
There are lots of ways to fundraise for Cork ARC, from coffee mornings to fun runs, lunches to golf days – you are only limited by your imagination. Whether you have an idea for a fundraising event of your own or if you would like to support an upcoming event, we would love to hear from you.
You Can Call Us On
021 427 5050
OR YOU CAN FILL OUT OUR FUNDRAISING EVENT PROPOSAL FORM HERE
Please note that completing this Event Proposal Form does not imply authorisation from Cork ARC Cancer Support House to undertake the fundraising event on its behalf. We are so grateful to all those in the community who volunteer their time and energy organising fundraising events to support our work, we can’t do what we do without you!
Please take a moment to read our fundraising guidelines
We are so grateful to all those in the community who volunteer their time and energy organising fundraising events to support our work, we can’t do what we do without you!
How To Fundraise
A-Z Of Fundraising Ideas
Looking to fundraise for Cork ARC, need some inspiration – we have plenty of ideas and ways that you can raise money.
Online Fundraising Pages
Online fundraising makes it easy for your friends and family to support you and you can share your link by social media, text or email to spread the word far and wide.
Are you in training for a marathon, triathlon or a fun challenge? We welcome your support fundraising for Cork ARC Cancer Support House through events like the Cork City Marathon or The Echo Mini Marathon.
You can share your progress with friends and family by setting up your fundraising page online with Just Giving, GoFundMe or iDonate.
The minute I walked in the door of Cork ARC, I felt a peace come over me. The house gave me a place where I could feel supported and safe.
I walked a lot and was very fond of exercise, but I had never been to the gym. Being with other guys at the ‘Get Active’ programme really turned my life around. It’s like a new beginning.
You could be sitting at home, saying you don’t want to do it, but the confidence Cork ARC gives you rubs off and you just end up doing it with the group.
I could never draw or paint, yet Art Therapy allowed me to express more than I ever could have in words. I loved the freedom to play with the art materials.
The minute I walked through the door I knew I had done the right thing, I felt myself relax.
It helped to know that my grief is normal and that other people experience similar feelings.
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