By fundraising and volunteering for us, you won't only be helping grant life-changing wishes to critically ill children and young people – you'll also be improving your skills and boosting your CV.
Whether as an individual student or part of a RAG or other society, there are lots of ways to get involved. We're already working with universities such as Loughborough, Portsmouth, Manchester and Southampton – and we'd love to work with you too.
If you need any help or would like to discuss how you can support us at university, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0118 304 2751
Events and challenges
If you don't fancy any of these challenges, why not organise your own? We'd love to discuss any ideas you might have – whether it's an Arctic dog sled or a charity jailbreak, or anything in between. To discuss your ideas with us, contact us on email@example.com or 0118 304 2751
Raids and street collections can be great ways to raise funds to help grant wishes.
Before starting, please give us a call on 0118 304 2751 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest. We can then provide you with a letter of authority and collecting tins and stickers, to help you fundraise legally and safely. You’ll also need to call your local council for advice and to apply for a collection licence. Please note that we don't allow our supporters to knock door-to-door.
Form a fundraising group or society
Fundraising groups are a great way to meet like-minded people who want to help us grant magical wishes. Not only will working with a group help you organise events – it's also a great way to socialise! We already have societies set up at Aberystwyth, Northampton, Leicester and Birmingham universities, so would be happy to help you get started. Contact us on email@example.com or 0118 304 2751.
Hold your own fundraising
There are lots of ways to raise funds for us. Take a look at our A to Z of fundraising ideas for inspiration for holding your own event. Or you could join hundreds of other supporters by holding a Bake-A-Wish event, selling cakes and baked goods to raise funds to help us grant wishes.