2 About us Rockinghorse is a Brighton-based charity which has been supporting sick children in Sussex for over 50 years. It was set up in 1967 by Dr Trevor Mann, who recognised there was a real need for additional resources to improve healthcare services for sick children and babies. We are the official fundraising arm of the Royal Alexandra Children s Hospital (the Alex) where we raise money for life-saving and cuttingedge medical equipment. Our aim is to improve the lives of sick children and ensure that young patients are treated in an environment better suited to their needs. We are also proud to support the Trevor Mann Baby Unit (TMBU) located within the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton, and its sister site, the Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) at the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath. We believe no matter where they are, children should always be allowed to be children. Working in partnership with the Alex, TMBU, SCBU and other children s services across Sussex, we strive to make these services stimulating, cutting edge and accessible for the many babies, children and teenagers who need them. We do not receive any government funding, and so rely on the generous support of individuals, community groups, companies and trust people like you. Thank you for choosing to support Rockinghorse. In this Fundraising Pack, you can find out more about how you can support our projects at children s centres and paediatric services across Sussex.
3 Saul s story We strive to support the children of Sussex throughout their health care journey. By working with centres such as short break homes, special needs schools and outpatient units, we fund projects which have maximum impact on paediatric care across the local community. Joanna Balmer shares her story of how Rockinghorse has been there to support her son Saul Saul is an outgoing young man who charms everyone he meets. In many ways, he is a typical teenager - he loves football, is obsessed with motorsport and enjoys being with his friends. But Saul is not a regular teenager. Brain damaged since birth, Saul is non-verbal and completely immobile so is reliant on others for every aspect of his care. We feel very lucky that Saul has been able to access the services at the Royal Alexandra Children s Hospital (the Alex) in Brighton all his life. When Saul is admitted to the Alex, the nurses take us to a separate room which is specifically for patients with additional needs. It s a calming space filled with lights and sounds from the sensory equipment funded by Rockinghorse. The staff had recognised the need for patients like Saul, and the charity had addressed it by creating this fantastic room. A few nights a month Saul stays at Tudor House residential home in Brighton. Saul absolutely loves staying here and it feels like a home from home. One of his favourite activities is using the touch screen monitors and interactive projector, both of which were funded by Rockinghorse. To see him interacting in this way, and enjoying life, is so precious. Rockinghorse has been supporting sick children in Sussex for over 50 years Rockinghorse was founded in 1967 by Dr Trevor Mann I know Saul is one of thousands of children receiving wonderful care with the help of Rockinghorse. From the moment he was born, the charity continues to be invaluable to us whether Saul is visiting the Alex for emergency treatment or staying at Tudor House for some down time, Rockinghorse is supporting Saul and me every step of the way.
4 Virtual fundraising During 2020 the world was hit by the Coronavirus crisis which had a real impact on our whole way of life. And you won t be surprised to hear that it also had a really negative impact on our ability to fundraise in the usual ways. At the beginning of the year we were getting ready to host a range of fun, exciting events and cheer on people raising money for us during marathon season but suddenly all that changed. We had to postpone events, our runners were left with no races to compete in and we weren t sure what was going to happen throughout the rest of the year. But we worked hard to think of new ways for people to fundraise for us; more virtual ways! And, along with organising our own online quizzes, virtual marathons and stay at home activities, our supporters really came through for us, coming up with their own challenges, creative pursuits, and Facebook fundraisers. So, if you ve been thinking about how you might support us more virtually here are a few ideas: z You could set yourself a new running, walking, or cycling challenge and ask your friends or family to sponsor you. z If you are a member of a sports team, could you get them involved in a whole club challenge such as scoring as many goals as possible in an hour? z Setting up a fundraiser on Facebook is a really easy way to connect with your friends they could donate for your birthday instead of buying you a present? z Or, if your skills are more creative, perhaps you could make something to sell in an Etsy shop or even a stall outside your house then donate the proceeds to Rockinghorse? Even when the world gets more back to normal, all these ideas are easy to organise and can achieve great results. So, for more ideas or help to set up your own fundraiser, just get in touch at:
5 At your place of work Here at Rockinghorse, every corporate relationship is a collaborative experience. There are all sorts of ways in which we can work together as part of your Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), where we can support you with Rockinghorse branded fundraising materials and be there with you every step of the way. There are many options you can choose to support Rockinghorse as part of your CSR, such as; Nominate Rockinghorse as your Charity of the Year! Many businesses now choose to nominate a Charity of the Year which allows members of staff to focus their fundraising on a particular cause. During this year, your company will pledge to raise a certain amount of money for the charity via a number of fundraising initiatives set up by members of staff or a dedicated charity or community team. H old your own Rockinghorse event! Organising your own fundraiser is a fun and great way to support us. Whether it s a pub quiz, five-a-side football tournament or gala dinner, we can help you along the way. Last year a local law firm held a charity quiz night and raffle and raised over 2,000! Payroll giving! This is a simple and taxeffective way for everyone in your company to make a contribution to Rockinghorse. Some companies choose to match contributions given by employees and many people see the scheme as an employment benefit. Don t forget to ask your company to match fund your donation/ sponsorship. This is a great way to make your donation go even further. Event sponsorship! We pride ourselves on offering unique, great value sponsorship packages for our events which take place throughout the year, all of which present many press and exclusive branding opportunities. Can your company help by allowing staff time to volunteer? We re always on the look-out for more volunteers to help us at events throughout the year. Staff at a local company have held raffles, tombola s, bake sales, dress down days and even a tuck shop to help raise vital funds for us.
6 At your school Schools, Nurseries, Colleges and Universities provide invaluable support to Rockinghorse each year in a range of creative and fun ways! We work closely with our education partners to support sick children in Sussex through a variety of fundraising initiatives. There are lots of opportunities to get your School, Nursery, College or University involved, such as; Nominate Rockinghorse as your Charity of the Year! Many schools now choose to nominate a Charity of the Year which allows staff and pupils to focus their fundraising efforts on a particular cause and something that the whole school can contribute towards. During this year, your school can pledge to raise a certain amount of money through various fundraising ideas and events. For example, children at an infant school in Sussex picked out their favourite books for a sponsored Readathon and raised Get involved in a Rockinghorse event! Throughout the year we host various fundraising events such as our Dress as an Elf annual Christmas dress-down day, perfect for staff and pupils to get involved in. We also have places available in many of our challenge-led events, such as marathons, cycles and treks which teachers can choose to get involved in. Hold your own Rockinghorse event! Organising your own charity event is a fun and great way to raise money. Whether it s a bake sale, football tournament or raffle, we can offer you support and fundraising advice every step of the way. Examples of how schools, nurseries and colleges have supported Rockinghorse: Local nursery children held a sponsored walk around their local park and collected an incredible in sponsorship. Class 3 raised and gave their teacher some peace and quiet when they held a Sponsored Silence at school. Staff from Sussex University took part in a range of events including a 270km Cycle Ride to France and raised over 3,500 for Rockinghorse!
7 Challenge events We have some rather extraordinary individuals who dedicate their time and efforts to take part in a challenge event to raise funds for Rockinghorse. We pride ourselves on having a brilliant and supportive relationship with our supporters and this is highlighted when working with individuals taking part in a crazy challenge to support our work for sick children in Sussex. There are many challenge events you can get involved in that we sell places for, such as: FEBRUARY APRIL DECEMBER THROUGHOUT THE YEAR Brighton Half Marathon Brighton Marathon London Marathon Santa Dash Skydiving with Go Skydive As well as these core events, we work with Global Adventure Challenges to provide you with a selection of UK-wide and overseas challenges to challenge yourself such as; Great Wall of China Trek Mount Kilimanjaro Trek London to Paris Cycle Ride Three Peaks Challenge We can support you with your challenge by providing you with: A Rockinghorse-branded running vest/t-shirt for you to rock at the event! A range of materials to support you with your fundraising: including balloons, banners, buckets and much more! Lots of support from our dedicated Challenge Event Fundraising Manager We also have many supporters who take it upon themselves to raise money by choosing their own event such as Run 5.30, gogirl Run, Mud Monsters Run and many more! You can be creative as you like when choosing a challenge to support us with and we ll be there to support you with your fundraising.
8 In the community Support from the local community plays a huge role in raising vital funds for Rockinghorse. Whether you re a star baker or a collection-tin shaker there are so many fun ways to get involved. Sports teams, pubs, choirs, scouts, knitting clubs whatever community you are a part of, why not get everyone together and do something you enjoy as well as raising money? Hold your own event! Organising your own charity event is a fun and great way to raise money. Whether it s a bake sale, raffle or barn dance, we can offer you support and fundraising advice. Volunteer for Rockinghorse! Volunteer for Rockinghorse! We re always looking for volunteers to help us at various fundraising events throughout the year. Get in touch with our community fundraiser to find out how to get involved. Examples of how community groups have supported Rockinghorse: Support Rockinghorse by displaying a Collection Tin! Could you support Rockinghorse by displaying a Collection Tin? A range of shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants display one of our charity collection tins in Sussex and each year they raise over 8,000! When your tin is full we ll arrange to collect it at a time that s convenient for you. A local pub with our tins recently raised 600 when their staff asked for donations to do a Sober October. Everybody needs good neighbours! Residents from a street in Haywards Heath held a street party to raise money for the Special Care Baby Unit at the Princess Royal Hospital. Each house ran a different stall or game and one couple even got married during the event! In Southwater, a community Fun Day and cricket tournament raised over 1,000. Families enjoyed a bouncy castle, carnival games and face painting while raising funds for Rockinghorse. A local Brighton church held a Flower Festival across the August bank holiday weekend. Visitors made a donation to visit the church, and enjoyed refreshments raising
9 Individual giving Support Rockinghorse with Special Occasion Giving! As well as community groups, we rely on the generosity and support from individuals who want to do their bit and support our work too. Leave a gift in your will Gifts left in supporters wills are a special way to give to Rockinghorse and help us support sick children in Sussex. We recommend that you contact a solicitor to draw up your will to ensure it is valid and accurate, and you ll need to provide your solicitor with our registered charity number which is If you re thinking of leaving a gift in your will, there are three types that you can give, including a Specific Bequest (a gift of property or an item such as an antique), a Pecuniary Bequest (a set amount of money) or a Residuary Bequest (a gift of all or part of what is left of your estate after taxes and debts are paid and all other legacies have been distributed). Whatever your special occasion, you can help us support sick children in Sussex by making a donation as part of your celebrations. You can also share the love on your Wedding day with our Rockinghorse pin badge (pictured above) which make the perfect alternative to the token wedding favour. By making a donation on behalf of each of your guests, you ll be extending the love to those who need it most. The pin badge design, which is made by Posh Totty Designs (www. poshtottydesigns.com) is available in sterling silver and retails at Be a winner and play the Rockinghorse Lotto! Our charity Lotto offers all-cash prizes with a jackpot worth up to 5,000 for just 2 a week. Whether or not you are a winner, rest assured that every penny of profit is used to help Rockinghorse make life better for sick children in Sussex. Have a clear-out! Thanks to our partnership with Street Runners Ltd, you can support Rockinghorse by donating unwanted clothes, shoes, accessories and bric-a-brac to help raise money for sick children in Sussex. For every tonne of clothes collected, Street Runners Ltd will donate at least 90 to us. Twelve clothes banks have also been installed across Sussex by Street Runners Ltd so you can simply drop your unwanted things off too! For more details visit: Examples of how individuals have supported Rockinghorse: The parents of a little boy treated on the Trevor Mann Baby Unit asked family and friends to donate to Rockinghorse to celebrate his first birthday. They set up a JustGiving page and loved ones pledged gifts online, along with a message for the birthday boy, and raised over 650. A long-standing supporter raised funds online as part of a charity haircut. She raised 320 for Rockinghorse, and also donated her cut hair to the Little Princess Trust, a foundation which creates real hair wigs for children undergoing chemotherapy. Other individuals have raised money through celebrations such as Golden Wedding Anniversaries, wedding or Christening gifts, and mile stone birthday parties.
10 Orlaith s story Orlaith was born 15 weeks early and immediately transferred to the Trevor Mann Baby Unit (TMBU) in Brighton for specialist neonatal round-theclock care. Thanks to the incredible treatment she received, Orlaith is now a happy healthy little girl. Orlaith s mum Sian, shares her story Imagine your second night as a parent, watching your tiny bundle snuggled fast asleep. Now imagine mine; being woken at 1am by a midwife who tells me my 15-week premature baby is losing her grip on life and needed to go to the neonatal unit immediately. Over 900 babies are treated at the Trevor Mann and Special Care baby units every year Orlaith, by the words of the consultant, miraculously made it through the night, however things didn t get any easier. She needed daily injections, yet we weren t able to comfort or hold her as she was still too poorly. During her time on the TMBU, she received over ten blood transfusions and spent seven weeks on a ventilator that helped her breathe and kept her alive. My first cuddle with Orlaith was when she was seven weeks old. Her ventilation tube was taped to my chest and her wires made my skin red raw, but it was perfect. My partner Carl had to wait another week before he could hold her. Eight and a half months of sleepless nights, constant tears, frustrations and sometimes happiness, Orlaith was finally allowed home. She spent a further year on oxygen, and had weekly appointments, hospitals visits, sleep studies and even diet diaries, but our 14oz little baby girl is now a thriving, confident little girl. Without the help of the TMBU and the Royal Alexandra Children s Hospital (the Alex) in Brighton, Orlaith definitely wouldn t be here. Over 45,000 young patients are treated at the Royal Alexandra Children s Hospital every year Over 25,000 young patients attend the Children s Emergency Department at the Alex every year
11 Fundraising A-Z Art Auction Abseil Afternoon Tea Bake Sale Bonfire Night Celebrations Bike Ride Disco Dress-Down Day Dinner Party Football Tournament Fashion Show Face Painting Cricket Tournament Car Boot Sale Coffee Morning Elf on the Twelth ebay Sale Easter Egg Hunt Golf Day Giving Tree Gig Night Head-Shave Halloween Party Heads & Tails In-House Events Ice Cream Sundae Making It s A Knockout Job Swap Just Giving Juggling Competition Karaoke Knit-a-thon Kite Making Lucky Dip Ladies that Lunch Lawn Mowing Matched Funding Mini Mile Masquerade Ball Non-Uniform Day Night-Time Walk New Years Resolution Pottery Making Pyjama Day Picnic Office Olympics Obstacle Course Office Swear Jar Quiz Night Quit Something Be a Queen for the Day Readathon Running a Marathon Raffle Street Party Sponsored Silence Sweepstake Trekking Talent Show Tombola Donate Your Unwanted Goods Under The Sea Party University Challenge Virtual 5K Volunteering Volleyball Tournament Wine Tasting Wedding Favours Window Cleaning X marks the Spot Treasure Hunt Xmas Carolling X-Factor Party Yoga Class Yo-Yo Contest Yellow Themed Party Zumbathon Zoo Animals Fundraising Day Zombie Party The Power of Your Pounds ,000 3,500 10,000 can go towards Insulin Cooling Bags for patients with diabetes can fund a weekly Teenage Support Group at the Royal Alex can fund a toy car for young patients to drive themselves to Theatre to reduce stress and anxiety before their surgery can fund a Chemotherapy Chair for Oncology at the Royal Alex can fund a Jaundice Monitor to provide non-invasive and instant results of jaundice on new-born babies can fund a mobile Magic Carpet Sensory Unit to engage children of all ages and abilities and provide the opportunity for interactive play in a hospital environment
12 Do s & don ts Rockinghorse Fundraising Agreement Before holding a fundraising event in aid of Rockinghorse it is important you understand and agree to the guidelines listed below to ensure a successful partnership. DO! Inform a member of Rockinghorse staff about your fundraising plans, and stay in contact to let us know how things are going. We re here to help, so make use of us. Promote Rockinghorse! Whilst you are fundraising for us you are also helping us to spread the word thank you! This also means you are a spokesperson for Rockinghorse which gives you the responsibility to maintain our good reputation. Be clear on what funds Rockinghorse will receive from the event, and what funds will be used to cover event costs. Ask about Rockinghorse fundraising materials, and how Rockinghorse can help promote your event through our website and a post on social media. However, remember Rockinghorse cannot control the success of the event or the amount of people who attend this is down to you. DON T! Use the Rockinghorse logo to fundraise for your event without seeking permission first. Miss inform the public. If you are holding a public event in aid of Rockinghorse, the public will support the event with an expectation that Rockinghorse profit from the event. Be clear on what fundraising Rockinghorse will receive from the event. Don t forget to thank everyone who has supported your fundraising! Report back about how much your event has raised and where the funds are going. Don t forget to get the necessary permission. Get in touch with your local council for information about licenses, street collections, door to door collections, selling alcohol and public entertainment. Any funds you raise belong to Rockinghorse, and MUST be gifted to Rockinghorse immediately following your event. You MUST: Keep all money raised in a safe and secure place separate from your own money. Keep details of all donations received or pledged, all event proceeds, a record of activities carried out and return sponsorship forms to Rockinghorse. Offer donations back to the appropriate persons should your event be cancelled or fail to take place. If anyone declines their money, money must be paid promptly to Rockinghorse.
13 Useful information Payment details CHEQUES must be made payable to Rockinghorse and collected by a Rockinghorse staff member or posted to: Rockinghorse, 13 Prince Albert Street, Brighton, BN1 1HE CASH must be collected by a Rockinghorse staff member or dropped to the Rockinghorse office: Rockinghorse, 13 Prince Albert Street, Brighton, BN1 1HE BACS Bank: RBS, Sort code: , Account number: (include a clear reference) ONLINE via JustGiving (please include information about where your donation is coming from) The Royal Alexandra Children s Hospital: Trevor Mann Baby Unit donation: Special Care Baby Unit donation: Contact us Visit us at: 13 Prince Albert Street, Brighton BN1 1HE Please note that the Rockinghorse office opening hours are 9am-5.30pm Monday-Thursday, and 9am-5pm on Fridays. Call us on: us at: Good luck!
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Ideas 4 Paying It Forward In Schools Pay it forward in schools (real life examples) Southwestern College (United States) After watching the movie Pay it Forward the class was split up into 10 groups and
Dear Expectant Mother, We are Lisa and DJ and we ve been married for a very happy twelve years. Having a child is something that we have always dreamed of. Like most people, we assumed it would come naturally
Devotion NT249 CHILDREN S DEVOTIONS FOR THE WEEK OF: LESSON TITLE: Jesus Visits Mary and Martha THEME: Jesus wants us to spend time with \ Him. SCRIPTURE: Luke 10:38-42 Dear Parents Welcome to Bible Time
A bigger family, a better future. Child sponsorship is changing for the better Sponsors like you are a vital part of our big, supportive family. Like us, you want the very best for your sponsored child.
Your Fundraising Guide Together against blood cancer The money you raise will help us to register even more lifesaving blood stem cell donors. www.deletebloodcancer.org.uk Registered charity no: 1150056
How to be the Golf Event Hero! An 18 Step Guide to a Successful Golf Event Ensure your event scores a hole-in-one with participants Don t feel overwhelmed if you ve just been tapped to organize your company
Raising money for Mencap All the hints, tips and ideas you ll need to be a fantastic fundraiser for Mencap Every person with a learning disability no matter how severe can make choices about how they want
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Assistive Technology Innovation Fundraising Ideas to finance your Sensory Space Welcome! A Sensory Space can open up a whole new world for individuals with physical or cognitive impairments. Schools and
The Happiness Challenge January 2011 Can a few simple daily actions make us happier? Produced for use by BBC Breakfast, January 2011 Your name: Introduction Thanks for downloading the 'Happiness Challenge'
What is Making Strides Against Breast Cancer? The American Cancer Society s signature fundraising event to fight breast cancer The largest network of breast cancer awareness events in the nation, uniting
THE BROOMHOUSE CENTRE 79/89 Broomhouse Crescent Edinburgh EH11 3RH Tel/Fax: 0131 455 7731 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.broomhousecentre.org.uk Thank you for choosing to raise funds
Fundraising ideas for your school Photo: Richard Tatham Photos: Boris Heger (ICRC), Sam Hardie & Ahmed Zahid (BRC) The British Red Cross The British Red Cross helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever
A Trip to Cambridge By Iina Lahti A beautiful sunny day in July; I m walking on a street in the middle of a city, being surrounded by stunning old buildings. Colleges and churches seem to be in every corner,
Fundraising Toolkit Contents 3 Getting started 4-5 Fundraising ideas 6-7 The big four! 8-9 Make the most out of your event! 10 Be safe and legal 11 Banking your money 12 Other ways to get involved Thank