We have regular fundraising events which you can take part in. If you want to set up your own fundraising event please contact us and have a chat about how you can support us. 

If you are thinking about setting up your own event for us, here are a few ideas to get you started:

  • Pub quiz – host a local pub, get people to sign up in teams and charge each person a participation fee.
  • Raffle/Bingo - get friends and family to donate prizes or ask local shops for prizes. Then host a raffle event.
  • A fundraising day in the workplace with sweepstake/raffle/cake sale/lunch time games.
  • Comedy night/ Karaoke night - does this sound like you? Put on a night that you and your friends won't forget and raise money for us in the process!
  • Coffee morning - gather your friends together for a chat, cake and coffee while raising money at the same time. Ask people to make a donation.
  • Dinner party - For the culinary savvy this is a perfect way to impress your friends! Why not even do a 'come dine with me' style event? 
  • Wine and cheese night
  • Bag packing - on average each person makes £50 per day, so get 3 friends along to help out on the day. Make sure you get in there quick and secure a spot - bag packing is very popular!
  • Cake sales/festive bakes - Check out the Krispy Kreme website for their fundraising deals. Or even better, if it’s in a work place get everyone to bring a cake along each as a bit of a competition.
  • Personal challenge - Challenge yourself to do something! It could be a run or cycle, Live Below the Line (living off £1 a day) or a sponsored silence. 
  • Have a clear out - Do you have any old clothes or other items lying around your house? Have a clear out via ebay/Gumtree, a car boot sale or host a swap shop.

We are here to support you with tips, materials, setting up your fundraising page and organising a successful event. If you have any questions or need support, don’t hesitate to get in touch

Alternatively, if  you would like to participate in one of our challenge events, take a look here