Members of Team Darci who raised £4420 during Rett Syndrome Awareness Month ln October 2016
So you want to do something to help speed treatment for Rett Syndrome. It might help when starting out with your fundraising to know that 70% of people in the UK give to charity. Many people are generous and want to help but above all; people give to people. If this cause matters to you, all you have to do is put it infront of people you know and tell them why.
Sometimes people think it's just wealthy people who give; it isn't. Many people will give if asked to, or given a reason and every contribution, no matter how small, counts in the effort to speed treatment for Rett Syndrome.
Here are some things you can do to give people a reason to give to Rett Syndrome research.