Register your fundraising

Fundraising for Zoe’s Place helps us support families and babies with life-threatening and life-limiting conditions providing respite, palliative and end-of-life care.

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Fundraising Agreement Form

Please fill in the form below and tell us as much information as you can at this stage of your planning to enable us to support you in the best way possible. One of our wonderful fundraisers will be in touch to help you on your fundraising journey!

Register your fundraising

Register your fundraising
Who are you registering as?
Please choose which hospice you are fundraising for…
Is this a single event or series of activities?
Would your employer match your fundraising?
Marketing preferences – I would like more information about:
Marketing preferences – If you are happy for us to stay in touch about hospice news and fundraising activities, please tick the appropriate box
By submitting this form you agree that you undertake the fundrasing activity at your own risk and Zoë’s Place is not responsible for any injury which may result, you also agree to the fundraising code of practice, a copy of which can be found on this website. Any buckets or tins must be returned unopened and any unused buckets returned to the hospice. Any monies received from this event must be paid over to Zoë’s Place within 8 weeks unless otherwise agreed. Any sponsors will be recorded on an official Zoë’s Place sponsorship form or online via a site such as JustGiving.
By completing this form, you understand that you are providing your personal data to Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice and giving your consent for the charity to process your details.

Zoe’s Place Trust is registered with the Fundraising Regulator, the independent regulator of charitable fundraising in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. This means that Zoe’s Place makes a commitment to our donors, supporters and to the general public that our fundraising is legal, open, honest and respectful. It also means that we agree to operate in line with the standards set out in the Code of Fundraising Practice. The Code of Fundraising Practice sets out the responsibilities that apply to fundraising carried out by charitable institutions and third-party fundraisers in the UK and covers a wide range of fundraising methods. The code aims to:

  • promote a consistent, high standard of fundraising
  • make sure that charitable institutions, their governing bodies and fundraisers know what is expected of them
  • set out the standards used by the Fundraising Regulator when considering complaints
  • provide a benchmark for organisations and fundraisers
  • develop a culture of honesty, openness and respect between fundraisers and the public
Code of fundraising practice