Fundraise for us

There are lots of ways to get involved!

Get involved and help give disadvantaged young people a brighter future. We are a lifeline for a powerful network of nearly 2,500 member groups across the UK, all using the power of sport to transform young lives.  You can be sure that every penny you can raise goes where it’s needed most – to the heart of our communities.

WHAT CAN I DO?

There are lots of ways to get involved – have a look at the ideas below or be creative – have a think about what works for you.

 

Get sporty get sponsored trek, run, climb, swim, step, cycle, sport-a-thon, at work, home, in the gym, as a group or individual, track your steps

 

Sweepstakes choose the winner of any events, sports, TV shows

 

Collection tub on your desk/reception/local pub (if permitted)

 

Car boot sale/eBay get rid of unwanted items

 

Dress up or down day wear sports gear, fancy dress

 

Raffles ask for prizes from local businesses, shops, friends

 

Events Quiz night, Wine Tasting night, Karaoke evening, seasonal themes

 

Make or bake anything to sell?

 

Odd job day offer your skills

 

Sign up to an active fundraising challenge: Cycle London to Paris, Tough Mudder, Climb 3 peaks, abseil an iconic building

 

Organise a golf day, a 5-a-side football tournament, netball, rugby…

WHAT TO DO NEXT?

 

• GET INSPIRED & GET IN TOUCH

 

• SET UP YOUR FUNDRAISING PAGE (Virgin MoneyGiving or Just Giving)

 

• SHARE & PREPARE

 

• KEEP IT SAFE & KEEP IT LEGAL

 

• GET FUNDRAISING!

If you need help or have a question about a specfic event or activity then please  Get in touch and let us know what you are planning and we can help you support your efforts. We hope that you have some fun and having the added purpose of doing something worthwhile will help to reach your fundraising goals.

 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!


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