Fundraising together

Get your friends, family, school, workmates, clubs, societies or University RAG involved – get inspired to raise money together whether.

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Workmates

Whether at home or back at work there are heaps of things you could do with colleagues.
* Fines for untidiest workplace or home office, or the dreaded ‘You’re on mute!’
* Get sponsored to ditch the car and walk or cycle to work instead?
* If you’re not commuting now donate the money you’re all saving. Same for office treats and coffees.
* Host a social event online or in person. For example, a team cook along or ‘An Evening with’.
* Christmas isn’t far away either... what could you do for that?

Schools and colleges

With kids getting back to class, fundraising is a great way to rebuild social bonds and have some socially distanced fun.
* Host a performance or show involving pupils / students, online or outdoors.
* Sell class-made crafts on a site like eBay for Charity if you’re not able to have fayres or stalls.
* A TikTok challenge captured the imagination? Make it a fundraiser!
* Social nights (virtual or socially distanced) are always a hit - themed quiz nights, Bingo, online Articulate or a Netflix watch party maybe?

University RAG

RAG is a great way to bond with new uni mates. It be different this year but there’s still lots that can be done across and beyond campus.
* Organise a sponsored relay race with teams working together to cover distances, either in the same place or virtually around the country.
*Get different societies to set themselves a challenge relevant to what they do, e.g. music society performances or Battle Societies performing re-enactments!
* Offer online tutoring with proceeds to the Trust?

Clubs and societies

Clubs and societies are always looking for things to organise and causes to support year round.
*Organise a talk - if you don’t have someone already involved with the Trust to speak we can find you someone local.
* Raffles and auctions are popular for a reason. It could be donated goods but what about fun things? Auction promises; garden jobs, DIY or cooking! Can be online or in person.
* Could you host a socially distanced garden event or themed street party?
* Make us your Charity of the Year.

Sign up to get us Round Britain Your Way

The Trust has sailed the 2,400 miles round Britain twice with crews of young people in 2009 and 2017. But this September, we’re going Round Britain Your Way!

Sign up to run, walk, swim, cycle or by any other imaginative (but safe!) means to help us rack up the total miles to circumnavigate Great Britain together.

Set up your fundraising page and tailor your challenge how you want – the type of activity you want to do, the distance you want to complete and the timescale you want to do it over.

Do it by yourself or as a household, together socially distanced or as a virtual team. And make it as challenging or fun as you want! Just get out there and get Round Britain Your Way to support young people in rebuilding their lives after treatment.

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Other ways to support

Get our fundraising pack

However you’re supporting the Trust, take advantage of our awesome fundraising resources. Including our Trust fundraising guide, collapsible collection box, proposition letter, range of posters, sponsorship form, flyers, postcards, talks guide and more. Download what you need from our website or contact our team for printed copies.

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Santa raft race

"So many people are touched by cancer, people are keen to support financially. To find a charity which offers something so positive to young people really inspired us."

Camilla and Adam Johnson raised almost £4,000 for the Trust when they got dressed up as Santa for the Lewes to Newhaven Raft Race. The race happens each year on the River Ouse in East Sussex and involves spectators throwing eggs and flour at a whole host of novelty floats and their crew.

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