Home > Get Involved > Fundraising > Fundraise

Support A-A fundraising


There are so many ways that you can fundraise for Arrhythmia Alliance, regardless of your age, occupation, or the time you have available. Fundraising can be an educational and enjoyable experience with friends, family, colleagues or fellow members of the community.  However much money you raise, you can make a big difference and help raise further awareness of cardiac arrhythmias. With your help, we are able to continue providing support to people who have an abnormal heart rhythm disorder, promote timely and effective diagnosis and improve the quality of life for these individuals.




Put on your trainers, dive into a swimming pool or get on your bike for Arrhythmia Alliance; the options are endless.  Look through our list of challenge events taking place in the UK for inspiration or why not create your own challenge.


If you would like further assistance in choosing your challenge contact the fundraising team or call 01789 450 682.


Once you have entered your chosen event, remember to inform the fundraising team. 


Choose your challenge event today


Why should I fundraise?


Fundraising can give you an overwhelming sense of achievement and will challenge you beyond your normal day to day routine. You may make new friends, bring your community together, improve your fitness and/or use skills that you may have but cannot use in your normal school/work life.  As well as this, you will know that you are helping Arrhythmia Alliance to improve the quality of life for individuals suffering with an abnormal heart rhythm.


Where will my money go?


£10 will pay for 30 medically approved booklets to be printed and sent out to people suffering with a heart rhythm disorder, providing them with support and guidance on their condition


£15 will pay for 2 information packs to be sent out to medical professionals and the general public, helping to increase both public and medical awareness of cardiac arrhythmias


£20 will pay for patients to attend a patient day where they will be able to speak to a specialist about their condition


£30 will allow us to print and send out 1000 pulse check sheets to schools, helping us make a whole school of bright, young people, ‘pulse aware’

Fundraising ideas


Why not organise and take part in your own fundraising event at work, school, college or even amongst friends?


Here are just a few ideas to inspire you.

Send in your money

You have done it - well done! Thank you for all of the hard work you have put into raising money for Arrhythmia Alliance.

Online fundraising

If you have been collecting money through a Just Giving page, the money will be sent to us automatically.

By telephone

Call 01789 450 787

By post

Send a cheque payable to Arrhythmia Alliance to:

Po Box 3697

Stratford upon Avon


CV37 8YL


Do not forget to Gift Aid it


Is your company thinking of linking with a national charity? What a great idea.  Make us your Charity of the year!


Whether you are a small team or a Multinational organisation; you could be part of Arrhythmia Alliance’s future; an international charity which has got its fingers on the pulse.


Arrhythmia Alliance firmly believes that corporate charity relationships should be mutually beneficial. 


Why should you join A-A as a corporate partner?


Cause related marketing


Cause related marketing is a commercial activity where your business and Arrhythmia Alliance form a partnership with each other to market an image, product or service for mutual benefit. 

A partnership with Arrhythmia Alliance has other benefits too:  build reputation, enhance the company’s image, differentiate your product or service and generate PR, whilst raising essential funds for the charity.


PR  Opportunities


Involvement with Arrhythmia Alliance can create some great PR and marketing opportunities.  Every time your employees take part in a fundraising activity, there is a story to be told.


We have a Communications team who can assist with the promotion of the Partnership through our various media channels; regionally, nationally and internationally. 


Social media


We are a charity which is continuously evolving; as a result we have established ourselves within the social media community, with the number of active followers on Facebook and Twitter pages growing on a daily basis.




Cake sales, abseiling off the roof of your office, parachuting out of a plane, or maybe you prefer to keep your feet firmly on the ground by participating in a long distance run.  You and your company can raise money for Arrhythmia Alliance in a number of ways.  For more fundraising ideas please email or telephone 01789 451 826.


Payroll giving


Payroll giving is an HM Customs and Revenue scheme that enables employees to donate tax free through their pay to any charity in the UK.  It is one of the easiest ways for individual staff members to support Arrhythmia Alliance.


Matched giving


Matched giving is a joint donation by staff and company; employees make an individual donation, either a percentage of their salary or as a result of their fundraising endeavours and the company match it, pound for pound.


Corporate donations and gifts in kind


If your company prefers to give philanthropic donations, we have a number of projects or resources you could help fund.


You may also qualify for Corporation Tax Relief.  To find out if you would qualify click here


We appreciate gifts in kind too. If you think we would benefit from your company’s assets or skills, then we would like to hear from you. 


To discuss potential opportunities please get in touch with fundraising by email or telephone 01789 451 826.




You can sponsor an event, publication or service.  Sponsorship gives your company the opportunity to increase the profile of your company's brand, product or service to a wider audience.


Thank you to our corporate partners


If you would like more information on how Arrhythmia Alliance can work with your company, we would welcome your enquiry.  Please email our Fundraising team or call 01789 451 826.


When organising a fundraising activity, it is not worth taking any risks with safety or the law.  Please take care at your event and note that it is your responsibility to make sure your event is safe and complies with any relevant authorities.


Here are some suggestions on keeping your event safe and legal.