Fundraising at your school can help deaf children get an equal start when they start school. It’s also an excellent opportunity to teach pupils about hearing loss and disability in a fun and fulfilling way. Below are some ways that you can get your school involved.

School Charity of the year

Nominating AVUK as your school’s Charity of the Year will mean that through occasional events throughout the year, more money is raised to teach deaf children to listen and speak. It’s also a great opportunity for raising awareness, as there’s more opportunity to inform parents on the work for AVUK. Representatives from AVUK can visit your school on one or several occasions to help explain the work that we do and support your school in raising funds.

North London Collegiate presenting AVUK CEO with chequeA huge thank you to the North London Collegiate School to whom we were nominated by a supporter, and who were then inspired by a passionate speech by our CEO Anita Grover to adopt us as their charity for the term. A total of £1,145 was raised which will help us continue to teach deaf children to listen and speak.

If you would like to speak to us about how school Charity of the Year partnerships work, please get in touch using the contact information below.

Loud Shirt Day

Loud Shirt Day enables pupils at your school to join thousands of other school children across the country in getting loud to support deaf children. Loud Shirt Day is a non-uniform day each year in June where pupils dress in their loudest clothes and pay £1 to raise funds for AVUK. Find out more about Loud Shirt Day by clicking here.

Set up a fundraising page

You set up your school’s personal fundraising page on our website. This means that you can add your photos, stories and keep track of donations whilst also allowing donors access to information about our charity at their fingertips. You can do this by clicking here.


Contact our fundraising team

You can get in touch with our fundraising team by emailing [email protected] or calling 020 3917 5743.