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Little Hiccups case study

How Little Hiccups are using Give as you Live to raise funds.

Disability sector

£12,987.85 raised

120 supporters

39 fundraising pages

1 campaign pages

Have you hosted any events utilising the Give as you Live Donate fundraising pages?

We have been using Give as you Live for a few years now and we have hosted two fundraising pages on the Give as you Live Donate site: http://www.littlehiccups.co.uk/fundraising-and-fun-at-clip-n-climb/

http://www.littlehiccups.co.uk/a-journey-of-127%C2%BC-miles/

Have your supporters hosted or taken part in any unique events, or had any outstanding success in their fundraising efforts?

I like to think the Clip n Climb event was quite unique! Success for us isn't always about the money. We had Little Hiccups children joining in the fundraising so had one of the walls set up for the SEND harness so children who wouldn't normally be able to climb would be able to. We had a young person that struggles with her ligaments, etc climb and fundraise for us. She tires easily but she struggled on and managed 14 wall climbs which is a massive achievement for her!

How have the donations raised through the Give as you Live Donate fundraising pages to your supporters?

The money raised has been going towards general costs and to cover all our services.

How do you promote Give as you Live Donate fundraising pages to your supporters?

We have a pack with a link in and we also have a page on our website with a link in: http://www.littlehiccups.co.uk/fundraising/

Please provide an overview of the experience your charity has had using Give as you Live Donate fundraising pages.

We like Give as you Live Donate because you don't overcharge us! You do everything that the 'bigger' Fundraisers do but don't charge a monthly fee. We're a small charity and wouldn't be able to justify and afford that cost. Got to admit that I've not really looked at your reporting. I'm very much hands on and have been communicating with our fundraisers directly. We know them as we are so small!

What does £40 mean to the charity?

£40 covers the cost of a stay and play session

What does £60 mean to the charity?

£60 can cover the cost of one counselling session

What does £90 mean to the charity?

£90 covers the cost of a child for a hydrotherapy session

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