1. Upcoming challenge events
  2. You've taken on a challenge event.
  3. Fundraising resources
  4. Shout about your fundraising on social media

Upcoming challenge events

If you have a group of friends raring to do a fundraiser together, take a look at the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge where teams take on the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough - a 24 mile route - in under 12 hours.

If running's more your style, you can sign up for Kew The Run on 1st and 2nd April. Choose a 10k or a Half Marathon and complete the course in the beautiful surroundings of London's most visited tourist attraction, Kew Gardens. 

You've taken on a challenge event.

What next?

The first step after signing up to a challenge event is to set up your own personal page on JustGiving where you can easily direct your friends, family and colleagues to donate towards your challenge.

You can set a target, tell everyone why you're raising money for us, and keep your supporters up to date with progress and training updates.



Fundraising resources

Once you've decided on a challenge event and set up your fundraising page, you can head over to our Fundraising Support page to find all the resources you'll need to make your event a success. 

If you need any information or have any questions, you can also use the support form on that page to get in touch with the fundraising team or email 

Shout about your fundraising on social media

Let your friends, family, colleagues and everyone else know about your incredible fundraising through social media. And don't forget to tag us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram so we can see what you're up to! 

You can now set up a Fundraiser on our Facebook page too. Follow this link to easily set up your page. Friends and family can donate through Facebook and you can easily share updates.

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