School fundraising

School fundraising

We have all year round ideas to make supporting The Sick Children's Trust a fun experience for your school

Your school can help us support sick children and their families, while providing your students with an opportunity to learn new skills in a fun and inspiring way. These include:

  • Learning to lead
  • Being positive role models
  • Inspiring younger students
  • Learning to plan
  • Gaining confidence and approaching new experiences with a ‘can-do’ attitude

How your school can get involved 

Take part in a big chocolate tea

Take part in a big chocolate tea

Why not challenge your students, staff and parents to a bake off, with the winner receiving a prize for their hard work



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Organise a sponsored readathon

Organise a sponsored readathon

In pairs, students can choose a book for each other, whoever is able to finish the book first can report back on what the book is about.

Have a Pyjama Party

Have a Pyjama Party

Students and teachers can be sponsored to get dressed in their favourite pyjamas or onesie. By raising £40 you are helping a family to stay in one of our ‘Homes from Home’ for one night, giving them one less thing to worry about.

Download a digital fundraising pack containing all the information you’ll need to start your fundraising journey by simply filling in this form.

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We would love to visit you in your school

We can talk to you about the ways we can work together and the difference your support will make to sick children and their families.

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