The New Year marks the beginning of all the national awareness days again. There are so many awareness days now that there is probably one to cover the majority of causes throughout the UK.
Does your charity make the most of upcoming awareness days that relate to your cause?
When planning your fundraising and upcoming campaigns, it may be beneficial to keep some of these days in mind. This is a great idea when you are launching a new campaign. You could tactfully plan to launch your campaign on a day that coincides with a national day of awareness to maximise your engagement rates.
There are too many to list, in fact, there are hundreds if not thousands. However, I have listed below some useful articles listing most of the UK’s awareness days. It might be a good idea to keep a note of some in your calendar.
There’s no time like the present – Dry January is currently happening as we speak. This lasts the entire month and is to promote a healthier you for the New Year by cutting out alcohol. Why not incorporate this into your fundraising? Encourage your supporters to donate to your cause as they save some funds by participating in Dry January.
Also in January; National Obesity Awareness Week and Cervical Cancer Prevention Week.
Throughout the Spring of this year we have seen awareness days for; World Cancer Day, Time to Talk, Eating Disorders Awareness week, No Smoking Day, Walk to Work Day, World Health Day, World Autism Month, Mental Health Awareness Week, National Human Trafficking week and Red Nose Day.
These are just to name a few, to help you and your charity begin your preparations for your Awareness Day Fundraising.
The URLs below outline the awareness days, weeks and months for the remainder of 2019, check them out to get yourself involved.