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MASH Night In

Have a night in for MASH!

Introducing our Winter Appeal 2019

With the nights drawing in, we are very excited to launch the ‘MASH Night In’, our brand new fundraising initiative which we hope will see people cooking, quizzing, dancing, box-set marathon-ing and more throughout October to raise vital funds for MASH.

Could you organise a night in for MASH?

You could have a pamper evening, Scrabble tournament or a living room gig. Or, gather a big group of mates for a comedy night, a Games of Thrones quiz or a clothes swap. Whatever your dream night, get your pals together, collect donations and make it happen for MASH!

How do I get involved?

Registrations for 2019 are open!

All you need to do is email fundraising@mash.org.uk with the subject line ‘My MASH Night In’ and we’ll send you your free fundraising pack.

Then head over to Local Giving and set up your online fundraising page. It’s as simple as that!

Why host a MASH Night In?

Holding a MASH Night In is all about having fun together. Invite your friends, your co-workers or family to watch a film, enjoy some food or take part in something a bit more competitive. The theme of your night can be…anything you want.

The sense of achievement once it is over and you have a count up to see what you’ve raised for MASH will be amazing.

MASH helps women near you in Greater Manchester. Our dedicated staff and volunteers work with women where they are at and when they are ready to empower them and keep them safer from harm.

Do something amazing and take part in the MASH Night In

Gather your crew and sign up today to host your very own MASH Night In. Every penny raised helps to keep her safe. We’re excited for you to join us this October. Thank you for doing something amazing!

Free downloads for your MASH Night In

MASH Night In invite

MASH Night In Poster

MASH Night In social media posts – Right click and save to download 🙂

 

 

 

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