Getting together with University friends to fundraise for Children with Cancer UK is great fun.
If you're part of your university RAG, sports club or society, there are lots of ways you can get involved to help children with cancer.
RAG raids are a great way to get involved in fundraising and you only need to volunteer for a day to make a difference.
Want to organise some fundraising at your university but not sure where to start? Our guide is here to help.
Let us know that you're fundraising - and request your fundraising materials.
Support us - make us your charity of the year
We will work closely with you to ensure that you are supported throughout the year. This can range from providing fundraising materials to specific fundraising advice to help make your events a success!
By partnering with us, your RAG can make a real difference in the fight against childhood cancer.
Tell us about your fundraising Please complete the Your Fundraising Activity form to let us know that you are fundraising, and to request fundraising materials Complete Your Fundraising Activity form
Holding a RAG week provides a fantastic opportunity to focus your fundraising efforts and really get people engaged in making a difference to children with cancer.
We will support you throughout the week by providing fundraising materials, tips and advice.
If you like, Maddy, our dedicated Community Fundraising Co-ordinator, will come along to your RAG week and speak to students about the vital research that you are helping to fund.
To find out more, Email Maddy or call Maddy on 020 7404 0808
Who you are helping
"I was diagnosed with leukaemia when I was four years old. We lived in the hospital for five months - I made friends there, some of them didn't survive.
I am now 18 and looking forward to studying children's nursing at university. I will never ever forget how truly lucky I am to be alive and I want to help as many children as I can.
Cancer has shown me how important it is to live life to the full and I don't know if I would be the same person I am today if I hadn't had to live through cancer."
Read more: Clara's story