Raise Funds

We can't do this alone. Our many successes across the country are only possible thanks to the generosity of our supporters.

There are loads of ways you can make a difference and support our work. From eating pancakes, to running a marathon, to sleeping in your garden – please get in touch.

If you’d like to fundraise in a unique way then we’d love to hear from you. Contact mia.lucasbray@cuf.org.uk. Our team can help you think through ideas, provide resources and suggest ways to put the fun in fundraising.

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Sleepout Challenge

Join the Sleepout Challenge by giving up your bed for the night and raising money to help people experiencing homelessness.

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Come As You Are: Christmas 2021

Decorate your church with golden stars this Christmas to create a message of welcome and support.

Need a challenge?

Why not take on a challenge for Church Urban Fund this year and get fit for a cause, transform your life and transform the lives of others? We have marathon, cycling and skydiving places, so wherever you are with your fitness, it’s a great time to take a challenge – we need you!

Please contact our fundraising team: mia.lucasbray@cuf.org.uk

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Would you consider making a donation today?

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One-Off Donation

No matter how much you give, helps us get closer to our goal of inspiring local people to bring about long-term sustainable change.

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Direct Debit

Setting up a direct debit helps us plan ahead and continue building partnerships with local people, groups, businesses and organisations.


By Phone

Please call us on 0203 752 5655 A member of our friendly team would be happy to help discuss the options and help you make a donation.

“Fundraising is a very rich and beautiful activity. It is a confident, joyful and hope-filled expression of ministry. In ministering to each other, each from the riches that he or she possesses, we work together for the full coming of God's Kingdom.”

Henry Nouwen