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Do a Sponsored Event

sponsor an eventChallenge yourself and do a sponsored event.  How about….

  • Doing a marathon or other sponsored run?
  • Doing a bike ride, hike, skydive, bungee jump?
  • Doing a sponsored fast, baby toddle, a sponsored silence,
  • Getting your New Year’s Resolutions sponsored and sticking with them!

Sponsored events are one of the most effective ways in which you can help mobilise funds for CINI’s work to help poor mothers and children in India.

To set up your sponsorship page click here – link to Friends of CINI’s sponsored event section of MyDonate

Please do contact us at info@cini.org.uk to let us know about your event and we can also send you a paper form and give you advice and tips on maximising your fundraising success!

Already signed up for an event?

If you already have a place in the Flora London Marathon, Great North Run, London Marathon or any other local, national or overseas challenge and are looking for a charity to support, then look no further – Friends of CINI is ready and waiting to support your fundraising efforts! Contact info@cini.org.uk for more information.
For a simple, but effective way to raise funds please set up a Vigin Money Giving Fundraising Page (Link to the virgin page)

All you need to do is provide information and a picture about your challenge or event. Once the page is created, email the link to everyone you know and ask for their support. You can add any offline donations to the page to track the total donations pledged.

 

 

Registered Address
The Old Free Kirk
Baldernock
Milngavie
Glasgow
East Dunbartonshire
G62 6HA

 

Phone
+44 7951345070

Email
freya@cini.org.uk

 

Charity number 
SC029591

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We have a vision of an India in which children are able to reach their full potential, regardless of their gender, caste, class or ethnicity.