Fundraising in your community

You can organise a collection, or event to raise funds, like holding a coffee morning or bake off, organising a quiz or collecting at your local railway station or supermarket. Raising money as well as awareness is a great way to support our work. Please do get in touch before you do anything so we can give you all the support and legal authorisation needed to get cracking.

If you would like to know more about fundraising in your community contact us on [email protected]

Fundraising through your school or university Rag

We welcome schools and university students and teachers wanting to get involved in our work.  If you are interested in supporting us through an event, assembly or charity of the year we want to hear from you. We have lots of materials and presentations that can be used to spread the message about our work and how funds raised can make a lasting difference to the lives of children and families affected by imprisonment.

Raise money through your church or parish

Click here to find out more about how your church or parish can get involved.

Set up your fundraising page

You can set up your own fundraising page on our website! Here you can upload images, share updates about your fundraising activity with your friends and get donations. Click here to start creating your page now.

Donate your time

We are always looking for volunteers who can dedicate their time to supporting our work with prisoners, their families and people with convictions, in the community and in custody. There are a variety of different opportunities that may suit you. Please click here to find out more about volunteering with Pact.

Our Fundraising Promise

Pact is registered with the Fundraising Regulator, the independent body which sets and maintains the standards for charitable fundraising in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

Pact is committed to fundraising which is legal, open, honest and respectful. Click here to read our fundraising promise to you.