Host with the most
Join in our Big Summer of Fundraising by hosting a tea party, picnic or BBQ in the garden, or even a bake sale on your street, all the while raising funds for Hearing Dogs.
Host a summer fundraiser
This July, do something fun with friends, family or neighbours and raise money to help deaf people leave loneliness behind. A tea party, picnic or BBQ in the garden, a bake sale on your street, a sports day in the park, a sponsored fitness challenge… anything you like, the choice is yours!
- Sign up to receive a handy fundraising pack full of fun ideas and helpful advice
- Choose something fun to do outdoors during July to raise money
- Set up a JustGiving page for friends, family and social media contacts to donate to
- Do your fun activity!
Virtual 'Host with the Most'
We have a ready made 'Quiz Night' pack and also 'Paws for Coffee' pack as well as a pack you can download to do your own fundraising which can be adapted to the virtual world and they are all free to download.
Also, if you’re part of club or group, you can arrange to receive a virtual talk, and learn more about our life changing Hearing Dogs! Follow the request a speaker link below.
Get your family and friends together and practice being the 'Host with the Most'.
"Becoming a Host with the Most is a great way to get together with friends and family, whether in-person or virtually, all the while raising money to help deaf people leave loneliness behind." - Cate Jones, Community Fundraising Manager
How your donation helps
A selection of dog toyrs and treats for our hearing dogs and puppies.
A hearing dog uniform, bringing visibility to an otherwise invisible disability.
Puppy starter pack including: bed, crate, toys, collar, lead and training aids.
Food for a hearing dog for a year, keeping it strong and healthy for its work.
Let us know what you've been up to!
Every bit of microvolunteering helps deaf people leave loneliness behind and reconnect with life, so do shout about what you've been doing on social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) and get our attention @hearingdogs and @volteamhdogs.
You can download, print or share this certificate. Take a selfie or post a photo. Whatever way you want to tell or show us how you've microvolunteered is a good way!
Remember to use the hashtag #TeamBurgundy and we'll repost the best examples of microvolunteering in action.