Hosting an event or celebrating a milestone? Make fundraising for Children with Cancer UK a part of your special occasion! Whether you’re throwing a party or celebrating a special day, you can setup a fundraiser and help support vital specialist research.

From themed parties (Halloween, Christmas, New Year’s or just a great together!) to special occasions (birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, new baby or retirement parties) you can help make a difference to children fighting cancer. Register your event with us today and start fundraising for Children with Cancer UK!

Register your party

Download your FREE party pack!

Having a party? Add a little extra with our downloadable pack and additional resources.

Let us know about your event!

Get in touch for more information about donations, fundraising materials and how we can help on fundraising@childrenwithcancer.org.uk.

And don’t forget:

  • You can send donations via BACS or post
  • To make sure you let us know you are sending in donations and when your fundraising is complete
  • To let us know how much you will be sending in whenever making a donation
  • To include your name, event name and reference number with all donations being sent in
  • You can contact us for your reference number. Check with your local area fundraiser or get in touch on fundraising@childrenwithcancer.org.uk.

 

 

Fundraising in memory of a loved one? If you would like to celebrate their life in a special way while bringing hope to children facing cancer, you can set up a dedicated page through our Remembering Site.

If you would like to know more or have any questions, please contact the team at remembering@childrenwithcancer.org.uk

Visit our Remembering Site

How you're helping

Throughout the Coronavirus pandemic we have hosted virtual parties for children affected by childhood cancer and their families. In September 2020 we hosted a Super Science Party, where those signed up joined the host in carrying out science experiments. Read all about it here.

Read about the science party