We believe that fundraising is one of the most honourable things you can do, and at Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity you can help our 90,000 sick kids, so here are some fundraising ideas to get you started!
Whether you choose to fundraise at work, or at home with friends and family, whether you are part of a community group or on your own – all fundraising ideas are welcomed. To get you started, here a few popular ones below, but feel free to get creative to raise funds for our vital services; our latest appeal is Critical Journeys.
Don’t forget to fill out a Fundraising Form and one of our Supporter Care team will be in touch to help you along the way. Please share your photos, stories and videos with us and let’s get social! Use the Hashtag #TeamBCH and tag us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
Whatever you do for Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity this year, have fun and enjoy and we are always here to guide you through the process.
We've loads more ideas and if you want to get in touch to discuss further please email or call us on 0121 333 8506. You can also fundraise as part of your own celebrations (birthday's/anniversaries) or in memory of a loved one.
Our kids have to give up so much while they are poorly. What could you give up for one month?
Big Gig 2019 is a celebration of live entertainment across our region that’s totally local and totally live, from spooktacular Halloween parties to music nights and Christmas concerts! Could you get involved in this years Big Gig?
It's really easy. If you're having birthday or anniversary celebrations or just fancy a barbecue this weekend, we've loads of ideas as to how you can do more for our sick kids and have fun at the same time.
Do you know a budding Mary Berry or a potential Jamie Oliver? We’re looking for people who just love to bake – as well as those who just love cake – to take part in our Great Cake Bake!
This summer we are asking YOU to move it! Whether you set yourself your own challenge, get your work involved or even get fundraising at school, together we can do more for our sick kids.