We raise and invest money for vital, specialist research into the causes of and treatments for childhood cancer. Often, the high-quality projects that can make a real difference to childhood cancer patients’ lives are left unfunded. The money you raise for Children with Cancer UK helps to improve childhood cancer survival rates and keep families together for longer.
Help us to make the world a happier place for children by organising an event, starting a fundraiser or undertaking a challenge to raise money for childhood cancer research! Whatever you choose to do, we’ll help you every step of the way. Take a look at the options below.
Game 2 Cure is a way for gamers and game enthusiasts to unite against childhood cancer by taking on the ultimate challenge of continuously gaming for 12-hours. By getting involved, you’ll be supporting our vision of a world where every child survives cancer. Game 2 Cure is centred around the number 12 to symbolise the 12 children and young people who are diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK.Read more
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.Read our Charity Fundraising Ideas & Tips
Why not fundraise for us by creating or taking part in a challenge that’s not already on our website?
Whether you run, cycle, swim, trek or even get creative by organising your own challenge, we can’t wait to hear your ideas!Read more
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 help you deliver an unforgettable event and raise funds to save the lives of children with cancer.Read more
Take on the Mini Superhero Challenge with your school or group to raise funds and help save young lives!
We’re asking you to channel your inner superhero and set yourselves a challenge based on the number 12 – the number of children and young people diagnosed with cancer in the UK every day.
The challenge is completely flexible but we’ve added a few Mini Superhero Challenge ideas and top tips to help make your fundraising is as successful as possibleRead more
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?Read more
There are many ways you can help to fund our life-saving research and welfare programmes – and give all children a better chance in their fight against cancer. Find out how you can give today.Read more