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Raise funds for Children with Cancer UK and help save more young lives. There are lots of ways that you can fundraise money for Children with Cancer UK. Whatever you choose to do, we’ll help you every step of the way.
Browse our ideas for your fundraising for Children with Cancer UK. There are plenty of hints and tips to get you started! We also have resources to help you think of ways to raise money and turn your fundraising idea into a reality.
We have exciting fundraising challenges designed specifically for children. The challenges are ideal for school classes, Brownies, Cubs, youth groups and more!
If you are at University then there are a number of ways you can get involved to support Children with Cancer UK through your RAG, sports team, societies or as an individual.
If you’ve got a special occasion coming up – a wedding, birthday or anniversary – why not ask friends and family to make a donation to Children with Cancer UK in place of a gift to you?
Organising your own Children with Cancer UK fundraising event may seem a bit daunting, but we can help you have fun, stay safe and attract support to make your event a real success.
Collection boxes are a simple and easy way to fundraise for Children with Cancer UK. Place a box on your bar, shop counter or reception desk and watch the pennies flow in! Once the box is full, all you have to do is empty the contents of the box and send us the money you have raised.
Bake Club is a fun and easy way to raise money for Children with Cancer UK in your own home, workplace or local community.
If you are captain of your golf club or simply an avid golfer then there are many ways in which you can fundraise for Children with Cancer UK on the fairway and help us get closer to our aims – to save young lives.
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