Fundraising for Community Together East Anglia

We rely on the generosity of funders and the public to support our work



As a registered charity (charity number 1004198) we rely on the generosity of funders and the public to support our work. Some suggestions of how you could pledge your support are suggested below.

Corporate Support

If your organisation is looking for a charity to support, it’s great to support local and give back to your community. It may be you are looking for a Charity of the Year or Charity of Choice, you are keen to support your staff with opportunities to volunteer, or you would like set up a regular giving scheme for employees. We also offer event sponsorship opportunities, and can provide lots of ideas of ways to raise vital funds in a fun way – after all it is FUNdraising!


If your school is looking for a charity to support, perhaps to host a bake sale, dress down day, or sponsored activity for example, then we’d love to chat to you. We are always happy to come into your school and chat to your students in an assembly or classroom environment and are also looking for schools to take part in our BeAFriend Penpal project. 

Fundraising Challenges

Take on a fundraising challenge – perhaps you have always fancied jumping out of a plane, or running a marathon! Whatever your bucket list challenge is, we’d love to help you and raise vital funds at the same time. 

Leave a lasting gift

Consider leaving a lasting gift in your Will to Communities Together East Anglia. Writing your Will, whatever your age is so important, and a great opportunity to put your wishes in writing. If you are ale to, leaving a gift in your Will can help to ensure that charities like ours can continue to support people at the time and place that matters to them. 

To make a donation to support our work, or to find out how your organisation can get involved, call 01449 707030 or email


Read the latest news from our blog:

2023: A Right Royal Help Out

2023: A Right Royal Help Out

Everywhere we turn at the moment is red white and blue with a plethora of Coronation memorabilia and decorations donning the streets as well as in our shops.

We don’t want to get left behind, but rather than focusing specifically on Coronation Day and the national Big Help Out campaign to encourage volunteering, we’ve decided in true CTEA form to “do our own thing”!  So thanks to King Charles, we are launching 2023 for 2023, an opportunity for you to pledge your time throughout 2023, with the aim of reaching the grand total of 2023 volunteering hours donated from our incredible volunteer army.

Meet our new Operations Manager

Meet our new Operations Manager

Hello! I am delighted to have joined CTEA as Operations Manager in January 2023.  It means a great deal to me to be going to work in an organisation that truly believes in the power and strength of local community and in empowering people within their own communities.

Just a little about myself…. I would like to be thought of as a kind and compassionate person who tries to always be helpful to others. I always try to put my team first and shepherd people together, showing positive leadership to create a team not a collection of individuals.

The Start of a New Year…

The Start of a New Year…

How the time flies!

With Christmas and New Year festivities now behind us, it’s time for the Communities Together East Anglia team to forge ahead with some exciting plans, developments and most importantly continuing to support people at a community level across Suffolk to reduce loneliness and social isolation.

We also have some anniversaries – two of our amazing team are celebrating their two year anniversary with the charity in January, and we also welcome Colin Baldwin to our merry band – Colin has joined us from Suffolk County Council and is our new Operations Manager – so you can expect to hear and see Colin when we are out and about in communities over the next few months!