Raising money can be fun and an easy way for your church to engage with issues of poverty and disadvantage

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Covid-19 update 

Coronavirus is contagious. Please take every precaution to ensure you are spreading only kindness. Only undertake fundraising activities if they’re absolutely safe for you and others, such as virtual challenges or events collecting online donations. Always refer to the latest advice.

Fundraising in your church

A large percentage of our income comes from individuals and groups in church communities. Their generosity enables and underpins our work with disadvantaged and vulnerable children. 

Our fundraising is just one response to our prayer and worship, and we are committed to providing resources to help you do both. 


For almost half a century Christingle has been a key part of celebrations within churches and schools, with the candlelit services a firm favourite with supporters of all ages.

Join us to celebrate Christingle in 2019 and bring your church and community together for this exciting occasion which helps us support thousands of children and young people accross the country. We have all you'll need to plan a fantastic service as well as the resources to make it a truly memorable event.

Carol singing

Carol singing is a fun and festive way to raise funds for disadvantaged children.

We’ve got lots of tips, carols and service suggestions to inspire you.

Mothering Sunday and other seasonal services

Services like Mothering Sunday and Christingle often bring new people into church, and reach out to children and young people in your area. We also offer lots of seasonal resources like our online Advent calendar, and this year we're offering £500 to selected churches as part of our Grow it Lent fundraising campaign. 


Keeping a collection box in your home or church is an easy and effective way of getting rid of your loose change. House box Ccordinators raised over £1.4m last year in communities up and down the country thanks to the support of their box holders.

Request a speaker

Would you like to hear more about our work and how you can help support us in your community? Request one of our experienced speakers to attend an event in your church, school or organisation. All you need to do is complete our online form.

Other ideas

There are many ways to support our work – you can creative and do something totally different, whether it's running the London Marathon as part of our inspirational team , holding a 'bring and share' picnic or getting sponsored to sit in a bucket of beans! You’ll find plenty of ideas in our Fundraising and events section.

Do you have ideas for other events? Let us know.