Old name, new purpose: why we’ve gone back to RNID

Fundraise in Wales

We work with volunteers, businesses and communities all over Wales to raise money to support people who are deaf and those with hearing loss or tinnitus in Wales.

Every penny of money that you raise for RNID in Wales is spent in Wales.

Take on a challenge or plan your own fundraising

Take part in a challenge event or join us at a special event to help fund our vital support services and campaigns in Wales.

Browse our events

Alternatively, you could plan a fundraising event or challenge of your own.

Become a fundraising volunteer

Our fundraising volunteer roles range from working on our annual Gala Dinner to organising bucket collections. If you have time to spare, we’d love to hear from you.

Partner with us

We build mutually beneficial partnerships with our corporate supporters. 

Programmes could include:

  • working on a local or national campaign
  • an activity to build team morale
  • expanding your employees’ skills base through volunteering opportunities.

Linking with a good cause is also a great way of reaching new audiences and it’s proven to attract and retain customers and employees.

You choose how we work together, whether it’s a long-term partnership, one-off project or a tailor-made solution to give you the competitive edge you need.

Our recent corporate partners in Wales have included:

  • Legal & General
  • Western Power Distribution
  • Barclays
  • Cardiff Council
  • Cardiff Metropolitan University
  • Specsavers
  • GE Aviation
  • Lloyds Banking Group.

If you’re interested in working with us, please get in touch.

Trusts and foundations in Wales

We work with charitable trusts and foundations to break down the barriers faced by people who are deaf or have hearing loss.

Thank you to all of our funders who support us in Wales, without whom our work would not be possible.

Statutory fundraising

Statutory fundraising is vital. Without it, we couldn’t support people who are deaf or have hearing loss and remove the barriers in their way. We apply for Local Government and Welsh Assembly grants, but we also inform and persuade relevant commissioners of the important services provided by us.

We depend on the support of generous donors. If you are interested in working with us, please get in touch.

Contact us

If you are deaf, have hearing loss or tinnitus and need free confidential and impartial information and support, contact RNID.

We’re open 8:30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Page last updated: 28 November 2022

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