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We’re on the lookout for pro-active Community Fundraisers throughout North Wales to fundraise for Carers and Young Carers.

What is fundraising about?

Fundraising is not just about raising money: it also increases awareness of what we do at Credu.

  • Fundraising takes place in the local community.

  • Fundraising helps spread the word about our Carers support services.

  • Fundraising helps Credu to connect with the local community and encourages people to support our work.

  • Fundraising also helps engage with local organisations, clubs, businesses and schools.

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What are the benefits of fundraising?

Well, obviously, we raise money and awareness of Credu as a charity. But for you as a fundraiser, there are also loads of benefits!

  • Fundraising is loads of fun. It can be done individually or in teams, so you get to choose what you prefer. You can get together with family and colleagues, or you can join a team and make new friends.

  • It’s rewarding to help others, and by fundraising you’ll be making a real difference for all the carers in your community.

  • You’ll get to be more involved in your community, and meet interesting, like-minded people.

  • You will pick up new skills and grow your confidence by working as part of a team.

  • Fundraisers get exclusive invites to Credu events!

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How much time would I have to spend fundraising?

It’s entirely up to you!

  • You decide how much time you want to give, and how you want to fit it around other commitments.

  • Fundraising activities can be a one-off, or be carried out on an ongoing basis.

  • It’s easy to join.

  • You don’t need any previous fundraising experience.

  • You decide how you want to fundraise.

  • From coffee mornings to cake stalls, bucket collections and fun quiz nights, there is something for everyone

Fundraisers play an essential role by raising money and awareness in their local area, and helping champion Carers and Young Carers.

Help and support for your fundraising activities

We’re here to support you with your fundraising. Our local/regional fundraisers will be able to offer support, and can let you know about events that are happening in your local area, or any existing fundraising groups. For more information or if you’d like to start a fundraising group, you can contact us on: email: Phone: 01597 823800

Online Fundraising

Booking a short break or holiday? Making a few purchases on Amazon? Ordering ink cartridges? Ordering your first online Asda/Tesco delivery?

  • Did you know that whenever you buy anything online – from your weekly shop to your annual holiday – you could be collecting FREE donations for Credu?

  • There are over 3,000 shops and sites on board ready to make a donation, including Amazon, John Lewis, Expedia, Aviva, Debenhams, M & S, thetrainline, Sainsbury’s and 1000’s more retailers – it doesn’t cost you a penny extra!

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3…

  1. Head to and join for free.

  2. Every time you shop online, go to easyfundraising first to find the site you want and start shopping.

  3. After you’ve checked out, that retailer will make a donation to your good cause for no extra cost whatsoever!

There are no catches or hidden charges and Credu will be really grateful for your donations.

We’d love you to get involved so please get in touch if you have any of your own fundraising ideas on 01597 823800 or email

Thank you for your support… it soon adds up!

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Donate to Support Credu

There are many ways in which you can make a donation.

  • You can organise a fundraising event, or take part in a sponsored activity.

  • You can make a one-off or a regular donation, or write a gift donation into your will.

  • You can request a donation in memory of a loved one, for example to mark an important anniversary or instead of funeral flowers.

We have a PayPal account, we can receive bank transfers of course, and can use JustGiving. Please contact the office for more details.

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