Private Site Fundraising
The health and safety of our supporters and fundraisers is our top priority, and, in light of Covid-19, we thought carefully about how we can make our private fundraising activity as safe as possible for everyone involved.
We have taken the following steps to ensure our fundraising activity is being conducted as safely as possible and will continue to monitor the situation, adapting or stopping activity if necessary:
- All fundraisers will be adhering to social distancing guidelines of 2m at all times
- There will be a maximum of two fundraisers at each venue
- All fundraisers will be wearing a face covering and have hand sanitiser available on their stand
- Where possible, contactless signups will be offered, via SMS
- All fundraisers will have focused training on hygiene and hand sanitisation
- To help minimise contact, fundraisers will offer you a welcome booklet and there will be a vast reduction of leaflets or other printed materials distributed.
Private Site fundraising is a very important and highly effective part of our fundraising programme. It enables fundraisers to engage with members of the public to raise awareness of the work we do, as well as find new supporters, whose regular donations have been vital in supporting the hospital’s life-changing work. We are thrilled to be working in local communities to raise vital funds for the hospital, to make a difference to the lives of seriously ill children from across the UK.
We have also launched a new product as part of our face-to-face fundraising offering; the GOSH Charity Weekly Lottery - www.lottery.gosh.org