Collection for Children
How change makes change
Sophie’s story is just one example of how we’ve been able to change children’s lives for the better, thanks to the dedication of our supporters across the country.
House to house and street collections
Holding a house to house or street collection is a great way to collect spare change. What’s more, we’ve provided all of the guidance and resources you need to help you organise a successful collection.
The Centurion Challenge
Could your school raise £100 in 100 hours? From Monday 18 April – 22 Friday April, we’re challenging schools across the country to do exactly this and help us raise vitals funds to protect more vulnerable young people from harm.
Pull in the pennies
Whether bronze, silver or gold, by simply collecting as much loose change as you can pupils in your school can play their part in helping other children. Will your school take on the penny challenge?
Order your collection resources
From collection buckets, to collection envelopes and information to help you speak to people about our work, we’ve provided everything you need to help you run a successful collection.
Find out about the different ways you can take part to raise money for children and young people.
Pay in your money
Once your event is over, all that remains is for you to pay in your donation. Find out how to pay in your money.