Would you like to host a fundraiser to support our work?
Join our community of fundraisers, and host your own fundraising event, or ask us to tailor an event to suit your needs & interests. The skies the limit, from 5k fun runs, no uniform days, and coffee mornings, to abseils & bungee jumps, we are here to help you get your event off the ground!
How you can help:
- Register your interest by filling out the form below.
- Contact our Events Manager below if you have questions or need help setting up a fundraising page.
- Share your fundraiser with family, friends and colleagues!
Check out these previous fundraisers for inspiration!
Seal Dip Fundraiser
In February 2022 our fantastic team of interns took a cue from our brave seal pups and charged into the chilly Irish sea to raise money for seal conservation! The group collectively raised nearly €2000 on Facebook by pledging to take the icy plunge. If you’re inspired to raise funds and awareness for SRI yourself, click the button below to learn how to set up your own Facebook or Instagram Fundraiser and send your completed fundraising form to Kim at email@example.com to get started!
Seal Stride Challenge
Support SRI or create your own fundraiser to help our sick and injured pups and raise much-needed funds to cover operational costs at our Seal Rescue Centre. With recent fundraising challenges due to COVID-19, and a rising number of rescued seals requiring life-saving care, SRI has had our work cut out for us! You can make a difference in your own patch and set up an iDonate fundraiser to track your progress and provide pupdates to your supporters. If you would like to take on the seal stride challenge, click the button below to learn how to set up an iDonate page and send your completed fundraising form to Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ericka’s Head Shave Fundraiser
Ericka became a Rescue Network Volunteer in 2019, only 5 days after her training Erick got the call to rescue a seal pup in need. That seal was Salsa, who made a speedy recovery and was released in June 2019! In August 2020 Ericka shaved her head to raise funds to help support the rehabilitation of our seal pup patients! Click the button below to view our volunteering opportunities!