Fundraising Pages


Donating to an existing Fundraising Page

Please click here to search for a Fundraising Page. 

Creating a Fundraising Page

Creating your Fundraising Page is simple and should only take a few minutes. Please note that to be able to edit your Fundraising Page in the future, please log in or sign up for an account before creating your page. If you don't need to edit your page, simply complete the form below now. 

Once you have created your Fundraising Page, share the link with everyone you know, whether that is by email or on social media, so your supporters can sponsor you securely online. The money you raise is transferred automatically into our bank account so you don't have to do anything further - just watch your total grow! Plus, Gift Aid is automatically collected on donations made by a UK taxpayer, so you do less but we get more!

Step 1. Your Details

Title *
First Name *
Last Name *
Email *
Phone number *
House name/number *
Address 1 *
Town/City *
County *
Country *
Post code *

Step 2. Fund Details

Fundraising Page Name *
Fundraising Summary *
Fundraising Story *

Step 3. Fundraising Event/Activity Details

If you are choosing to organise your own event/activity then please specify the type of event/activity in the 'Further Details' field below.

Event/Activity *  
Date e.g. 21/07/2014
Further Details

Step 4. Are you raising funds for a Tribute?

If you would like your fundraising page associated with a tribute, please select a tribute from the list below (If you're not sure which tribute is yours you can go to the tribute page - where there will be a link to create a fundraising page directly). To view all tributes please click here.


Step 5. Your communication methods

We are a charity that relies on the generosity and unstinting support of our local community. We are commited to fundraising in a way the inspires you to support us, whilst protecting your personal information.
We would like to keep you informed about our work, fundraising activities and events. Please let us know your preferred method(s) of communication.