What is Tea for Endo?
Tea for Endo is a fundraising event running throughout October where you can come together with friends, family or colleagues for a tea party to raise awareness and funds to support the 1in10 with endometriosis.
When can I host my Tea for Endo party?
We will be encouraging everyone to host their parties anytime throughout October but if you need some extra time there is nothing to stop you hosting a party in November or beyond.
How do I collect donations?
You can set up a Just Giving page using the link in your fundraising pack, your guests can then make a donation directly to your page online. You can even print some handy QR codes to display at your party to make it even easier to get donations to your page. We also provide collection boxes in the fundraising pack for those who would prefer to give cash.
How do I get an Endometriosis UK T-shirt?
When you complete the registration form you will be given the opportunity to purchase a T-shirt. If you’ve already completed your registration without purchasing a T-shirt or you’d like to purchase more T-shirts please email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I get more fundraising materials?
When you complete the registration form you will be given the opportunity to purchase an optional physical fundraising pack which includes all the printed materials such as bunting and invitations as well a hosts pin badge and collection box. If you need any more materials, please email the team at email@example.com
How do I get my Fundraising pack?
Your fundraising pack will be automatically sent you one hour after registration. If you haven’t received it please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Where does the money go?
We are a small charity who rely heavily on donations. Every penny you raise through Tea for Endo goes towards ensuring we can continue to be there for those with endometriosis who often face difficult challenges around diagnosis and treatment. We support the 1in10 with endometriosis through our support services which include our volunteer led helpline, web chat, online forum and face to face support groups, as well as through our information provision. We also raise awareness and campaign for change so that everyone with the disease can have access to the right care at the right time.