Fundraise for the Indonesia Tsunami Appeal | ActionAid UK

Over 2,070 people have died in the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi on Friday 28th September. The 7.5 magnitude earthquake caused a tsunami with waves as high as 18 feet to sweep into the city of Palu, decimating entire communities.  

1.5 million people have been affected and hundreds of thousands of survivors are in urgend need of food, water and shelter. Authorities fear that casualties and the number of those displaced by the disaster will continue to rise.  

Could you organise a collection, local event or another fundraising activity with your friends, school or colleagues?

 

Yes, I want to fundraise

Top three fundraising ideas

Hold a collection in your local community or supermarket. We have everything you need from collection tins to bucket wraps, please just get in touch!

Hold a bake sale in your office or school. Rally your star-bakers and ask them to bake their favourite sweet treat to raise vital funds for the Indonesia Tsunami appeal. 

From dinner parties to sponsored silences, choose your own event to help those who need it most. If you need some inspiration, get in touch with our Events Team on  01460 238 000 or email events@actionaid.org. 

Top tips

Whether it’s your first time fundraising, or you’re experienced at raising money, we can help you raise funds for the Indonesia Tsunami Appeal. 

Here are a few top tips to help you get started.

Set up a JustGiving page in support of the appeal. Send it round to friends and family and ask for donations or sponsorship.

We can send you free resources for your fundraising activity including t-shirts, collection tins, balloons, banners and more.

Thank you so much for your incredible support — your donations will make a huge difference to our emergency response.

Contact us

If you have any questions or need more support with your fundraising then please get in touch.


01460 238 000

Fundraise for the Indonesia Tsunami Appeal

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Page updated 29 October 2018