Organise Your Own Event

We could not do what we do without the support of our amazing fundraisers.

Fundraising is a vital part of the work we do to support our programmes. Whether you are raising funds or raising awareness, your contributions will help to support children with cancer in some of the poorest countries in the world.

If you have an idea for a fundraising event, we would love to hear from you. Or simply download our fundraising pack for inspiration on fun and engaging ways to raise money at home, at school/university or in the workplace. 

Feeling social?

Facebook has been connecting people around the world for over a decade and now it’s now giving you the opportunity to give the gift of growing up to children with cancer around the world.

Facebook fundraising is a simple tool that allows you to set up your own fundraiser with 100% of proceeds used to support children with cancer and their families in developing countries around the world.

From birthday fundraisers to shaving your hair and all in between, there are a whole host of ways to give children with cancer the gift of growing up through your Facebook page. Find out how here.

Visit our Facebook page to meet some of the awesome people who have already set up their own Facebook fundraisers!

Treasure hunt

Get your friends, family and / or colleagues together for an awesome treasure hunt in a location that suits you. A digital treasure hunt that gets you out and about to unlock questions that are tailored to you and your event.

“It’s such a positive thing to get people away from their desks no matter how busy they are”

With a live scoreboard for those with that competitive edge and questions and tasks that take you out of your comfort zone this is the perfect bonding event for all involved.

Whether you charge an entry fee to take part or get a corporate donation from your employer, this is a truly unique way to support children with cancer whilst having fun along the way.

What they said

I heard about World Child Cancer from a friend and decided I wanted to fundraise for them.  People in the UK are very lucky with the resources we have in this country and it’s very easy to forget that people in other countries aren’t as lucky as us.  I decided to do something different to engage my customers and the local community.  We covered the entire gallery in A3 paper and with the help of local artist Sam Cox, otherwise known as ‘The Doodle Man’ the Doodle Marathon was born.  48 hours of doodling later we caught the attention of the local press and media.  Each section of the doodled gallery was sliced into A3 sections and sold at £10 per sheet, some of which are still available, which has raised £1500 and counting for Wold Child Cancer - Frazer Bailey, owner of Moosey Art Gallery in Norwich.

Our Fundraising team are on hand to ensure you have all the resources and materials you need to make your event a success! For more information or to chat through your ideas, email Alice today.