Would You Like To Help The Lighthouse Centre?
As a local charity providing holistic therapies to those living with long-term conditions and cancer patients we are often asked how people can help or get involved and so we thought we would write a blog about all the different ways you can pitch in!
Sharing is Caring
Share our social posts. The best thing about this way of helping us is that it only takes a couple of seconds! Whenever you see a post that resonates, click on the like and/or share buttons. Add a lovely positive comment, send us a wave, or just say hello. Sharing really is caring and you will be helping us to get our message out there!
Hold a Fundraising Event
Whether you fancy organising a cake sale, or perhaps you are feeling a little more energetic and want to do a sponsored walk, cycle, run or even climb a mountain or jump out of a plane – however you want to raise funds, we will help and support you all we can.
Limited on time but still want to support the work we do? We have a Virgin Just Giving page that can take safe, secure donations. You can donate as a one off or on an ongoing schedule.
Donate Unwanted Items
We are so fortunate to receive regular messages from people who want to support us by gifting unwanted items. We recently had a lovely chap donate a full-sized Pool Table which raised £200 which will go a very long way to helping us to provide our therapies and you can do the same. We are only a small charity and we do not have a shop, however friends of TLC have posted in Facebook Marketplace items they no longer need in return for a donation to our charity.
Does the company you work for have a charity of the year? Then why not put us forward! We love working with local companies however big or small.
Do Your Own Thing
Do you have an idea you want to run past us? Then get in touch – you can use the contact form on our website or reach out to us through our social media pages. We love new ideas!
The most important thing to remember is however you decide to support us (and we hope you do), it will make a huge difference. As Mr Tesco says: every little helps!