Fundraise for CARAS

The ‘C’ in CARAS stands for community, and our work is only possible because of the generosity of our local community.

Fundraise for us

We love to see people coming together in solidarity to support asylum seekers and refugees living in South London.

Community fundraisers are a great way to spark joy within your local community whilst providing essential help to ensure we can provide services and activities to ensure asylum seekers and refugees have the knowledge, tools and support necessary to thrive.

Whether by yourself or with your friends and families, there are thousands of ways for you to raise money for CARAS (whilst getting fitter, eating delicious food or having a few laughs along the way!) Here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing:

Fundraising Ideas

Fundraising Ideas

Here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing:

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Get Physical!

Whynotruna5or10k? Or for those of your feeling daring, there’s always a Half or Full Marathon. If running isn’t your thing, you could climb a mountain, or jump on your bike.

A man and his son sitting on a sofa playing computer games


Are you passionate about gaming? Why not hold a charity livestream on Twitch and select us as your charity partner.

Chocolate cupcakes displayed on a platter

Food & Drinks

Everyone loves cake and coffee at work.. How about running a charity bake sale or BBQ at work to support us?

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Get Creative!

Do you have a talent or skill that your passionate about? Why not put on a charity show, or host a workshop in the name of CARAS.

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Clear Out Your Clutter

We all have a cupboard / draw of horrors that is just waiting for Facebook marketplace... Why not do a little spring cleaning to support our work?

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Setup a JustGiving Page

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