Our top tips for organising your fundraising event
The thought of fundraising can be a bit daunting, but don't worry! We have lots of fantabulous ideas to help you make your fundraising a giganticus success.
Whether you plan to raise a little or a lot, we can help you have phizz-whizzing fun whilst helping to make life better for seriously ill children.
We are here to support you and have plenty of materials including t-shirts, balloons, stickers and posters. Just get in touch and let us know what you are up to.
If you are looking for some inspiration to create your own event, take a look at our downloads for ideas to help get you started.
Bonnie and her Grandad
10 year old Bonnie from Scunthorpe decided to help seriously ill children by doing a sponsored 10 mile cycle ride in Clumber Park, Worksop. She was joined on her cycling adventure by her sprightly granddad Carl. Bonnie told us she was inspired by her friend Jack to get involved in raising funds for the charity: “I did some research and thought Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity sounded perfect for me! Poppa and I love bike riding and Clumber is a special place to us.”
Fiona has been encouraging colleagues at her law firm in London to donate generously by holding a bake sale, and distributing collecting tins.
Clare and Paul
Clare and Paul didn’t want to jet off to somewhere exotic on their honeymoon; instead they decided to start their married life with a fundraising adventure walking from coast to coast. They completed their 84 mile journey along Hadrian’s Wall in October 2014 and raised over £1700!
Max and Will
For their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award, Max and Will from Buckinghamshire are doing some marvellous fundraising. They have already set up a stall in a local supermarket, and have plans to give a talk at their school and hold a bake sale.