Fundraising 

If you feel inspired to help and don't know how, how about helping us fundraise ?

Bake Sale...Unleash the baker in you and raise money in a fun way selling cake, cookies and more at your work place, school or even from your front garden !! Dress down day... Convince your boss or teacher to have a dress down day, to raise money for our cause. Come dine with me...host, feed and serve your friends in the comfort of your home, by offering a dinner party with a set price, add a theme and make it fun and be prepared to play the waiter for the night in the name of charity. Office sweepstake... whether your betting on who will become the king of the jungle, who is the next winner of X Factor or the first horse to pass the finishing line at the grand national. Sweep stakes are a great way to raise money quickly. Sponsorship... dare you jump out of a plane, stay silent for a day, give up the cookies, cut out the swearing or challenge yourself to a 5k run, sponsorship is a fun and innovative way to raise money and achieve some personal goals at the same time. Garage Sale... unused baby equipment, toys and unwanted Christmas presents cluttering your garage, cupboards and lofts? Garage and car boot sales are a wonderful way to clear some space and raise some money.

Alternatively if you don't want to donate financially but want to offer your time, resources or purchase something that is desperately needed to support the refugees, please contact us at info@dahliafoundation.org and we can try and point you in the right direction.

 

One of the most inspirational and dignified women i have ever met, she tragically lost her husband on their boat journey to Lesvos. Today she keeps herself busy serving hot tea and keeping positive despite her loss. You can hear about her tragic story  here.

One of the most inspirational and dignified women i have ever met, she tragically lost her husband on their boat journey to Lesvos. Today she keeps herself busy serving hot tea and keeping positive despite her loss. You can hear about her tragic story here.