Fundraise for us
AMMF is grateful to all those supporters who fundraise on the charity’s behalf, whether by taking part in organised events, or by organising their own fundraisers. On this page, you’ll find information about events to take part in plus ideas on how to start fundraising and, if you need to contact us, we’re always happy to help.
Whatever your challenge is, we’ll be with you every step of the way!
Join us and become part of the ever-widening Team AMMF by taking part in an open marathon, sponsored run, a swimathon or a cycle race. If you are after a different kind of challenge, from trekking Hadrian’s Wall to cycling through Vietnam, AMMF is registered with two organisations for fundraising adventures, see:
There are many other ways to fundraise
For the less adventurous, there are many other ways to fundraise and raise the awareness of cholangiocarcinoma:
- A coffee morning
- A quiz night
- A dress down day
- A car wash
- For AMMF’s A-Z of fundraising ideas click here
Raising funds made easy
To help you raise funds easily, AMMF is registered with two online fundraising sites. Just follow the links to see how to set up your AMMF fundraising page:
AMMF’s Online Shop
AMMF’s online shop has a wide range of Team AMMF merchandise to help support your event, from running vests, sports t-shirts, cycle jerseys to polo shirts.
If you would like to fundraise for AMMF in any of these ways, or maybe you have some ideas of your own, we would love to hear from you. Just email us.
How to make your fundraising a success
Take a look at our online resources, we hope you find them useful at making your event as successful as possible!
- AMMF’s Top Fundraising Tips – Read More
- Download our Sponsorship Form
- Download a Poster to use for your event
- Download Invitations to use for your event
- Other ways to get involved
- Info and FAQ’s
Whichever way you choose to support AMMF, you will be helping to raise valuable funds for research and playing an important role in raising awareness of the charity and of cholangiocarcinoma.