Fundraising Enquiry

Shine is the leading national charity providing specialist support pre-birth and throughout life for anyone living with hydrocephalus and associated conditions across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Our work is almost entirely funded by the generosity of the general public. This includes fundraising, donations, corporate supporters and gifts in wills just to name a few!

However you choose to support Shine we are here to support you. To contact our specialist fundraising team complete the form below or call 01733 555988.

The fastest way for us to contact you is by telephone, so please include your number on the form below, and don't forget to provide as much information as possible - the more you tell us, the more we'll be able to help!  


If No, by completing this form, you are confirming that you have permission from a parent/guardian to fundraise for Shine.

How would you like Shine to contact you in the future?

In addition to news, updates and invitations, Shine would also like to email you with information about ways you can support the charity and our work in the future. This may include:

• Ways to donate or raise money for us

• How to get involved with campaigns

• Volunteering opportunities

To do so, we need your consent. If you would like to become a supporter of Shine and receive emails from us about upcoming appeals and opportunities, please tick the box below.

Commitment to Quality Fundraising

Our Commitment to Quality Fundraising

Shine is registered with the Fundraising Regulator and proud to commit to the Regulator's Fundraising Promise 

 We are committed to maintaining high standards of fundraising in line with the Code of Fundraising Practice:

 We will commit to high standards

  1. We will be clear, honest and open
  2. We will be respectful
  3. We will be fair and reasonable
  4. We will be accountable and responsible.

 The Fundraising Regulator's role is to set, promote and guide on fundraising best practice, investigate and adjudicate in cases where fundraising practices have led to significant public concern, and operate the Fundraising Preference Service.


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