Fundraising

Your support makes what we do to help children and young people with brain injury possible. We are so incredibly grateful to everyone who donates, volunteers or runs fundraising activities on our behalf. Our supporters are at the heart of what we do, and your gifts of time and money really do make a difference.

Our National Fundraising Campaigns

Besides our events and challenges, we also have some great ways for you to support us at work, school or with friends through our national fundraising campaigns.

Gift Aid

Make your donations worth 25% extra to The Children's Trust – at no extra cost to you!

Tribute funds

Opening a named Tribute Fund can be a positive way to remember the life of a loved one, and at the same time help children with brain injury.

Fundraise at your school

Fundraising is a great way to educate and raise awareness. There are so many fun and easy ways for your school to raise money and whatever you decide we will support you every step of the way.

Leaving a legacy

Leaving a gift in your Will helps to protect the future of The Children’s Trust.

Weekly lottery

It's so easy to start playing our Weekly Lottery. Follow the simple steps and you'll soon be in with a chance of winning one of 18 guaranteed cash prizes, including our £1,000 first prize, every week!

Choose us as your charity of the year

Nominate The Children's Trust as your Charity of the Year! Whether you're a school, association, club, pub, business... whatever you are you can actively support us all year round.

Giving by text

Did you know you can donate monthly by text? We will send you a FREE reminder message on the day before your gift is due. Your donation will be processed the following day, and we will send you a message to say thank you.

Giving in memory

Making a donation in someone's memory is a very special way to remember a loved one, and at the same time help children with brain injury.

Student fundraising

Enhance your University experience and fundraise for The Children's Trust! It's a great way to form new relationships and can be incredibly rewarding.

Giving in celebration

Are you celebrating a birthday, wedding or special occasion and would like to help the children we support? Instead of asking for gifts, why not ask friends and family to make a donation in lieu of a present?