Fundraising

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You can run, jump, swim or walk just about anywhere in the world and raise vital funds for Burma Campaign UK.

Fundraising for Burma Campaign UK raises awareness and encourages new supporters as well as desperately needed funds supporting vital action for the people of Burma.

Your support will help us to work for democracy and freedom for the people of Burma.

We can send you a fundraising pack with an A-Z of fundraising ideas from Abseiling to Zorbing. You can download the A-Z of Fundraising here.

If you are feeling inspired and want to help us fundraise, please register your interest and we will contact you or call 020 7324 4710.



Fundraising Events

image On 20 October Wai Hnin, Campaigns Officer at Burma Campaign UK, landed safely back to earth after her skydive for Burma's political prisoners! You can see pictures of her jump here.

Wai Hnin’s father is a democracy activist and a recently released political prisoner. The funds Wai Hnin raises will go towards campaigning for the release of all political prisoners and to provide help and support to prisoners who have been released.

Support Wai Hnin by donating here.
image Ben Hammond has started dancing his way from John O'Groats to Land's End in support of Burma focused charities and human rights groups including Burma Campaign UK.

Ben will be dancing 1400 miles across Britain so he needs your help. You can show your support by joining him, donating or sending a message.

http://www.dancebritain.com/

Bmy Charity

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Wai Hnin landed her skydive safely and raised much needed funds to ensure No Political Prisoner is Left Behind. Support Wai Hnin and our campaign here.

Ben Hammond is dancing his way from John O’Groats to Land’s End. Click here to show your support for Ben’s epic challenge.


Frances Barclay completed the Glasgow Women’s 10K to show her support for our campaign against sexual violence and rape. Support Frances and our campaign here.

 


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