Fundraise with us

Help us to continue Fighting Poverty by fundraising for Z2K. Whatever amount you raise, whatever you choose to do, wherever you choose to do it, your fundraising will make a real difference.


Here are some suggestions to help inspire you:

    • Host a virtual social event – whether you host a virtual dinner party or movie night, invite your friends to participate over webcam. Every participant could donate the cost of a cinema ticket or the cost of a meal to help fundraise
    • Play games – host a quiz, challenge your friends and family to a game of bingo or charades. Losers of every round have to put money in the pot!
    • Use your skills – teach people something new, like yoga or cooking. Each participant donates to take part!
    • Fundraise with colleagues – fancy dress Friday, or post-work social donating what your organisation would have spent.
    • Sports – what about 5-aside football or 5k run? Again, all participants could donate to take part!


We have plenty of collection tins, buckets and t-shirts we would happily send to you to help with your fundraising. Please email if you are interested.

Alternatively, you can also set up your own fundraising page on Donorbox by clicking the button below and selecting ‘I want to fundraise for this’ at the top of the page: 

Supporter Calendar

Check out ways to get involved this year by looking at our Supporter Calendar.

You can choose how you want to help, and we’ll support you all the way. To discuss this further, please reach out to our fundraising team below:

Give a single gift

A single donation, big or small, can transform someone’s life by helping them access their rights and entitlements when they need it most

Give a regular gift

Your regular monthly gift can help someone to understand and defend their rights and entitlements, at the most difficult time in their life

Volunteer - Pro Bono

Our dedicated volunteer lawyers share their time and expertise on our Tribunal Project, so that individuals can access their benefits they have been wrongly denied