25% of children diagnosed with cancer won’t live to see their 30th birthday. Help us reduce this number by raising money to support our vital research.
Want to fundraise for Kidscan? Whether it’s work, school, with your neighbours, with your sports team or wherever, fundraising for Kidscan can be great fun, bringing people together and above all raising vital funds to support Kidscan’s work.
Regardless of whether you want to host a party, hold a bake sale or give a sponsored silence a go, our Fundraising Pack will help you get your event going. It’s full of helpful tips and hints to make your fundraising event a huge successes. And if you’re not sure what you want to do to fundraise for Kidscan, it also has a host of weird and wonderful ideas to get you started.
We promise to support you all the way by making sure you have all the materials, communications and advice you need. So if you think you’d like to hold a fundraising event, no matter how big or small, please get in touch.Request Fundraising Pack
One of the most enjoyable ways to raise money is to take on a challenge, raising money through sponsorship. You can choose an athletic event to push your body to the limit for Kidscan, or pick one of our mind-over-matter challenges to show your courage to your friends. Run, walk, swim, dive, fire-walk, sky-dive or chilly-dip – we’ll help you achieve your sponsorship goals, and can even help to find the perfect challenge for you.
Alternatively, you could join an event already raising money for Kidscan, such as our annual Golf Day or Firewalk, or choose to attend a fundraising event set up by one of our supporters.
If you’re looking to contribute to your corporate social responsibility agenda, enhance client relationships or support your current team-building approach, Kidscan can help. We work with businesses and organisations to help them to identify and then meet their objectives. Together we can do some good work, and help find safer treatments for children with cancer.
Benefits of a partnership with Kidscan include:
Our volunteers play a vital role in building our charity. Every hour given makes a difference, allowing us to support more research.
Opportunities are limited only by you’re and our imaginations, and currently include:
Whether you own a café, pub or even a chain of newsagents or shops, collection tins are a great way to help raise money for charity. All you need to do is place one of our tins near your cash register or counter, and watch it fill up with change!
We can provide as many tins as you need, and we’ll collect it and bring you a new one every four months (or more frequently if this is needed). Every time we collect your tin, we’ll send you a certificate you can display to show how your customers have helped to fund Children’s Cancer Research. We take all the hassle away, and give you a lovely, warm feeling!
Kidscan Patient Ambassadors are vital in raising the awareness of both the charity and the cause.
Our Ambassadors offer the most compelling message possible to support our work – their own experience of living with cancer. They are at the heart of everything we do.
Our Patient Ambassadors work to raise awareness of childhood cancer and to encourage people to support Kidscan, using their own experience to bring the cause to life.
This role of an can include:
In return we support you by providing all the Kidscan materials you need and keeping you up to date and informed about upcoming network and publicity opportunities. If you think you’d like to help Kidscan in this special way, get in touch.
There are many different ways to donate to Kidscan. So if you prefer not to donate online you could donate by post. You can also look into giving a gift in memory, a gift in lieu or a gift in your salary.Alternative Ways To Donate
Make a single or regular donation online today and you can help us find safer treatments for children diagnosed with cancer.
Your donations are funding vital research into new and safer treatments for children diagnosed with cancer. Together we will create a world where every child diagnosed, can survive and thrive. Thank you.