Put the fun into fundraising
Whether it is a sponsored hike, cycle or plant or bake sale, doing something to raise money for our charity can help connect with your community, bring friends and family together to share your passion for a cause you care about, and of course help protect the Chilterns.
If you’re inspired to turn a hobby in to a fundraiser for the Chiltern Society, you’ll find advice and inspiration in this handy guide.
Every penny you raise will make a difference, whether it’s £10 from a quiz night or £1000 from a sponsored run:
- £10 could help people enjoy our sites and footpaths, while protecting fragile habits, by paying for a pair of footpath posts and markers
- £50 could buy an owl nesting box
- £125 could cover the costs of training and setting up four new planning volunteers to scrutinise and challenge the worst excesses of the development.
- £750 could replace an old petrol-powered brushcutter with an electric one