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Serve up a Fish Supper for the RNLI

Fish Supper is an annual fundraising event held in October to support the lifesaving work of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI).

From 13 - 15 October 2017, the RNLI encourages households all over the UK and Republic of Ireland to host their own fish themed suppers at home with friends and family to raise vital funds for the RNLI. RNLI volunteer crews are ready to drop everything - even their supper - at a moment’s notice and go to the help of people in trouble on the water, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

You can get involved and make a real difference

Not everyone is a Masterchef or can host their own Fish Supper, but they may still want to get involved to support the RNLI and help raise funds. You can help with this and make a real difference.

There are two ways you can get involved with RNLI Fish Supper this Autumn:

  1. Become a Fish Supper ambassador and support the campaign by choosing to donate 10% per portion of fish and chips sold between the 13 - 15 October 2017. In return we will help promote your outlets as places to go in support of the RNLI Fish Supper.
  2. Help promote the campaign through in store point of sale and have an RNLI donation box by the till to encourage customers to pop any change or donations in.

In return the RNLI will be promoting the dine out and support the Fish Supper campaign across their social media channels, Fish Supper website and emails to participants as well as to their network or thousands of volunteers, crew and staff across the UK and ROI.

To get started you just need to tell us how you want to get involved by clicking the sign up button to register. We’ll then send a fundraising pack out to you which includes information about the campaign and lots of Fish Supper themed decorations items including posters and bunting.

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