Fundraising at work can be fun and a super way to enhance team-building and gain positive publicity! You will also be helping some of the most vulnerable people with facial disfigurements in Ethiopia. Whether you want to organise an office event or get a few colleagues to take part in a challenge event, there are lots of ways to get involved. 

There are also opportunities for your company to form a partnership with Project Harar. 

Workplace Fundraising Ideas:

  • Small events: From cake sales to football tournaments, there are lots of events that you can put on in your work place

  • Payroll Giving: some companies will offer payroll donations, so that you can set up a regular tax free donation to us.

  • Challenge events: these are fun, easy to organize, rewarding and can be done in a small team! Some companies have schemes that match donations that you raise.

Whatever you have in mind, we would love to hear from you to discuss the opportunities further.  If you have any questions about fundraising at your workplace, please contact us.


Project Harar seeks to develop meaningful and long-term relationships with corporate partners for mutual benefit. Not only are we able to do so much more with corporate support, but we can provide companies with opportunities for staff to involve themselves in our cause. Whether it is joining a surgical mission to Ethiopia to see first hand the life-changing work we do, volunteering at our Gala Dinner or raising funds through a challenge  event, Project Harar will work with you to ensure that you receive maximum benefit from your commitment to our cause.

Upcoming sponsorship opportunities:

Platinum sponsorship of our Gala Dinner -  £10,000

Gold Sponsorship of our Gala Dinner -  £5,000

Silver Sponsorship of our Gala Dinner  -  £2,500 

We would also be delighted if you considered a partnership with us on any of the following:
  • Our Surgical Mission which will take place in March 2019
  • The extension of our cleft programme into other regions of Ethiopia
  • The expansion of our nutrition programme for children and mothers in the Afar region
  • Past patient research on the effect of surgery on their lives and prospects
  • Enhancement of organisational governance and planning