woman flipping pancakes
Want a perfect pancake day? Whether you’re keeping it small or putting on spread for friends we have all you need for a pancake party.

Giving your time to fundraise for The Children’s Society is a rewarding, fun way to transform the lives of children suffering through poverty and neglect.

Each year our supporters raise £5 million through fundraising events, which makes a huge difference to young people we help.

Whether you want to organise a run, are fundraising as a group at your school or church, or simply want to see how you can get involved, we have ideas and resources to support you.

a woman flipping a pancake

Host a pancake party

Kick off Lent with your community and have a flipping great time – host a pancake party

a man running in the London Marathon

Runs, treks and challenges

Take on a challenge and fundraise for The Children's Society to help change the lives of children and young people.

a child holding a Christingle

Christingle

For over 40 years has been a key part of celebrations within churches and schools, with the candlelit services a firm favourite with supporters of all ages.

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Celebrate with us

For your next birthday or anniversary, why not ask for life-changing gifts instead of presents?

Collection for Children

Will you collect for children this year?

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Hold a Bake and Brew

Host a Bake and Brew event in support of The Children's Society and join hundreds of supporters around the country.

a house party

Organise your own event

Host a fundraising event, and do something amazing for the millions of children who need support.

someone drops a coin into a collection box

Collection boxes

Box holders raise £2m annually from collecting change. Whether you collect on your own or as part of a group, we’d love to have your support.

group of eleven fundraisers, including two dressed as a tiger and elephant

Group fundraising

Whether you're part of a university, school, church group or committee, we tailor our support to help you make the most of your fundraising

Carol singing

Is it ever too early to plan a carol singing event for Christmas 2015?