Fundraise for us
Want to help brighten the days of seriously ill children and teenagers? Join our wonderful community of people doing amazing things.
Supporting Spread a Smile is fun and rewarding and there are many ways to help – whether it’s by attending an event, running, cycling, swimming, dancing or even cutting your hair! Whether you'd like to take part on your own, in a team, at work, at school, there are lots of ways to raise money to help sick children and their families.
We are funded entirely by donations and receive no statutory funding. See how we use the vital funds you raise here
Get in touch for fundraising inspiration or resources to help make your event a success! If you're already planning an event, let us know and our team will help you with the organisation and publicity. We can even help you set up a BT Donate page so collecting donations is easy. Call our fundraising team on 020 7482 5191 or email [email protected]
An A-Z of ideas...
Egg & spoon race
It's a knockout
Open garden party
Uniform free day
Sponsor a gift and help us bring smiles and laughter to seriously ill children and teenagers in hospital.
Choose your 'gift' from an Entertainer Visit, Face Painter Set, Magic Trick or a Toy. We will post a card to you or direct to the recipient acknowledging your donation. Click on this link for more details.
Join team Spread a Smile by running, cycling or walking. Organise your own sponsored walk to raise money for us or register your interest now [email protected]
Prudential Ride London 100 2019 - EVENT REGISTRATION FULL
Give in Celebration
Got a special occasion coming up? Whether it’s a wedding, birthday, anniversary, bar or bat mitzvah, we’d love you to celebrate with us. Asking for donations instead of gifts is an inspiring way for family and friends to mark your special occasion and help us to spread even more smiles.
Create a fundraiser for Spread a Smile on Facebook. It is easy to set up a fundraiser and connect with all your friends. Get fundraising today! Click on this link to get started!