Taking part to sport events or doing challenges are a great way to help to raise funds for the cats. Below, we have listened some of the most popular sport events, but there are many more. Taking up a challenge for charity can also be a fun way to raise funds!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to obtain a sponsorship card. All participants to sport events will be given a CCN tee-shirt.
You can also raise funds online by creating your own fundraising page. It is a handy way to raise funds as you can easily share your page via email, Facebook and other social media. We are registered with both Sponsor.ie (create your fundraising event here; visit Community Cats Network’s page here) and iDonate (create your fundraising event here; visit Community Cats Network’s page here). Alternatively, we can create a personalised Paypal donation link. All you need to do is to email us a cover photo and a short write up explaining why you are taking part in the event and supporting CCN. We will email you back with your personalised link.
List of Sporting Events:
Ballycotton 10 (Ballycotton):
Flora Women’s Mini-Marathon (Dublin): 1st of June 2015
Cork City Marathon (Cork): 1st of June 2015 (registrations until the 8th of May)
River Lee Swim (Cork): 11th of July 2015 (registrations until the 5th of July)
Evening Echo Women’s Mini-Marathon (Cork): TBC September 2015 (registrations open). Run, jog or walk 4 miles for charity. You must look like a woman!
Give up smoking, lose weight, dye or shave, etc; all these are great challenges to take on for charity, but you can also be creative with your own challenge…