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Hands and Voices Choir performing.

Become an AAM Fundraising Hero

Thank you so much for thinking about fundraising for us. We need to raise over £250,000 every year to keep doing what we do. We're only able to reach our target each year thanks to incredible people like you who support us through fundraising and by making donations. Your support means we can keep delivering our life-changing projects, giving people the chance to shine and creating an inclusive community.

There are loads of fun ways you can raise funds for us. Get in touch with us to find out more.

Fundraising Ideas

Raise funds while shopping online

  • Raise money for Accessible Arts and Media when you shop online with over 2000 retailers with
  • If you shop on eBay, did you know that you can select Accessible Arts & Media as your chosen charity when you checkout, and make a donation of £1?

Get Active

  • Get sponsored for running an organized race, like the York 10k or York Marathon.

At Work

  • Hold a cake sale with your colleagues during a coffee or tea break.
  • Select Accessible Arts & Media as your charity of the year, or put together a team to do a fundraising challenge.

At School

  • Arrange a non-uniform day with your school and ask everyone to donate £2 to wear their own clothes

Get Creative

  • You might have noticed that we love performing here at Accessible Arts & Media. If you love performing too, why not get together with some friends to put on a gig or a theatre or dance show?

Our Fundraising Heroes

  • Songwires York Audience collection
Our friends at Songwires raised £68 for AAM at their recent performance in York. Their space-themed performance was out of this world!
  • St Margaret Clitherow Church in Haxby's fundraising event
After seeing our Hands & Voices choir perform the church held a fundraising event raising an amazing £1200 for the choir! Wow!
  • Eileen Haw walked the York 5K Race for Life
Eileen raised £200 for AAM at the last Race for Life on top of all her Race For Life fundraising! Eileen's granddaughter Beccy attended our Sensory sessions for many years, and the money Eileen raised for us was donated in Beccy's memory.