From fundraising wristbands to accreditation for your organisation. Charity wristbands are a simple and cost effective way of raising funds for your cause; over £12 million has been raised from fundraising charity wristbands, and with ID&C, it’s easy to design and create your own online. Whatever type of band you decide on, we can help you with the selection and design process that is right for your event, fundraising campaign or to raise awareness.
In 2004, the Live Strong campaign sold over 87 million silicone wristbands; this was the first major campaign to use wristbands as a form of raising awareness. In 2007, Nelson Mandela distributed 22,000 ‘Make Poverty History’ wristbands, supplied by ID&C, at his famous London rally. More recently, the Sleep Out event in Manchester raised £60,000 for homeless people through the sale of fabric wristbands.
Silicone wristbands: Many fundraisers opt for classic silicone charity wristbands as they are inexpensive, durable and versatile. With prices starting from 12p per wristband band, you can design the perfect wristband for your charity or campaign. Choose from a wide range of base colours colours, designs can be printed, embossed, debossed or colour-filled to match your charity’s branding and styling.
Silicone wristbands are widely used for promotional purposes and events to help raise awareness for brands or charities. Choose from a ready made option or customise your own online .Order now
Customised, printed or woven fabric wristbands have been widely used across music festivals worldwide, but have recently seen an increase in popularity at charity and fundraising events.Order now
ID cards help keep your staff and volunteers safe and easy to spot during fundraising and charity events. They can be fully customisable with photos and variable data.Order now
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