Fundraising made easy!
Have fun for a great cause

Our fantastic new fundraising guide is full of ideas for raising funds for the Pelvic Radiation Disease Association (PRDA) – funds which are very much needed to help improve the lives of an estimated 100,000 people in the UK affected by the pain, embarrassment and emotional burden of Pelvic Radiation Disease. Every pound raised by you, your family, friends and colleagues will make a huge difference to the work PRDA does:

  • giving direct support and advice to people across the UK who are struggling with Pelvic Radiation Disease, and
  • boosting health professionals’ knowledge of what they can do to help prevent or alleviate the symptoms of Pelvic Radiation Disease.

PRDA is at an exciting point in its development as a charity – we have big plans, but we can only achieve them with your help to raise funds.
Please pledge to do at least one thing this year to help PRDA.

There are lots of easy ways to fundraise from the comfort your armchair, and other more challenging ways, it’s your choice!

You don’t need to raise a lot of money – every donation really helps.

The Fundraising Regulator has produced guidance on public fundraising during the Coronavirus pandemic.

If you have any questions, please contact us

Downloads and links:

  • Start with our brilliant PRDA Fundraising Guide – packed with good ideas and practical tips!
  • Our main channel for collecting donations is Charity Aid Foundation. For more fundraising options via Facebook, PayPal, Text-to-donate etc, please see our Fundraising Guide.
  • Use our Gift Aid form wherever possible please – we love Gift Aid as the Government adds 25p for every £1 raised.
  • You can raise hundreds of pounds at no extra cost to you by shopping online with over 4500 stores with Give as you Live.


Things to make your fundraising event more successful:

Don’t forget to promote your fundraising on social media, or let us know so that we can share your news! We are on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

Thank you very much for helping to raise funds for PRDA!

£25 could help pay for running costs of a patient support group

£250 could help pay for maintenance of our directory of health professionals so that we can connect more people with services that help people affected by PRD.

Modified: 12th July 2022