It’s easy to raise money to transform the life of a deaf child. Whether you’re an individual, representing your school, or organising a community group, we’ve got plenty of ideas and tips to make your fundraising a success! If you'd like to discuss supporting AVUK, you can write to us at [email protected] or call on 0207 3944 353. 

If you are planning to fundraise for us, you can set up a donate page on our website. Click here to start collecting donations today.

We held a lunch in aid of Auditory Verbal UK at our offices in Paisley.  Everyone brought a dish and made a small donation, and the fundraising team at AVUK sent us some information about their work which we distributed to staff.  It was so easy to organise and I’m delighted that we managed to raise over £350 to support deaf children!


Set up a regular donation

The most effective way to donate to AVUK is through a regular monthly donation. Monthly donations enable us to plan ahead and ensure funds are available when they are needed the most. 

Set up a regular donation here


Fundraise for us through Facebook

Create a fundraiser through Facebook using this link. 


Raise money through your workplace

Callums quest

Daniella and Ingrid Herholdt

Raise money for AVUK through your workplace. Blackfen Chiropractic Clinic helped raise a grand total of £7,375. The Chiropractic clinic hosted a raffle, a cake sale, a clinic giving day (that involved the clinic’s proceeds of that day being donated to AVUK) and gained support from other businesses including fellow chiropractic Clinic, Southcote Proactive Healthcare, and Bexley Tennis Club also held a “name the bear” competition.

Ingrid said: It’s amazing how kind and generous people have been. We have been overwhelmed but I think when you see what Auditory Verbal UK achieves through its therapy people really want to help.”


Take on an active challenge

Pushing yourself physically whether by running, trekking, skydiving, swimming or cycling, is a great way of raising money for deaf children. If you've already picked your challenge, get in touch so that we can send you a fundraising shirt! If you haven't yet decided to drop us an email or give us a call and we can support you in finding the right challenge to suit you. 

“Running the London Marathon was one of the best days of my life! The overwhelming support of the crowds ALL THE WAY, plus the fantastic weather, London landmarks, crazy outfits, fun and support on route has made this a truly memorable day. Highly recommended for anyone wishing to push themselves to the max and feel like a hero every step of the way! Thanks so much for everyone’s encouragement, donations, well-wishes, support before and on the day!  Special thanks to AVUK and my sister for rallying the troops and to everyone that supported on the day – the shouts and high fives really did make a massive difference...surprising how tough a little jog around the city can be!”
Evelyn, marathon runner

James Curtis with his aunt Lucy Ronson at Belmont School, North London

Support us at your celebration

Many of our generous supporters have chosen to fundraise for Auditory Verbal UK at a celebration in lieu of getting presents. Celebrations have included weddings, birthdays and Christmas. If you are planning to raise money to teach deaf children to listen and talk at your celebration, please let us know so that we can support you. 

Schools fundraising

Wetherby Prep staff and parents, starting their cycle from London to Paris with headmaster Nick Baker 2nd from right

Fundraising at your school is not only a fun way of raising money to support deaf children, but also an excellent way to teach children and young people about hearing loss and disability. We can provide you with information to support potential assemblies and newsletters, as well as posters to raise awareness about your fundraising. 

Getting loud! 

Eisha Ishak and his family celebrating Loud Shirt Day 

Join us in dressing in your loudest clothes to support deaf children as part of our annual Loud Shirt Day! The day takes place in June each year with schools, work places, celebrities and individuals wearing loud shirts and raising funds for Auditory Verbal UK. For more information about Loud Shirt Day, visit this page. 

Do your own thing

Jess and David Curtis on Everest

We love to hear about the new and creative ways our supporters kindly raise funds to support deaf children in learning to listen and talk. If you have an idea that you would like to discuss with our fundraising team please do get in touch!

Contact our fundraising team

You can get in touch with our fundraising team by emailing [email protected] or calling 020 7394 4353.