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Fundraising

We couldn't fight for children living alone at risk on the streets without your help.

There are loads of ways you can show your support and start to raise valuable funds.
You could join one of our volunteer networks and give your time to organise events and activities. Or you could take part in one of our events and raise sponsorship. You could even get your workplace or a group you already belong to involved by holding events and activities for Railway Children.

fundraising pack

Fundraising pack cover If you're looking for ideas and inspiration to get you started, look  no further than our fundraising pack, which includes:

  • Lots of fundraising ideas
  • Tips on how to get started
  • Hints and advice on publicising your activities

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we can support you in your fundraising

However you want to get involved, we can provide advice, information on the charity and our work, and fundraising ideas and resources.

Drop us an email at supporterservices@railwaychildren.org.uk, or call us on 01270 757596.


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Ready for a challenge?

If you're ready for the challenge, so are we! Take a look at our wide variety of events. Find out more

Faith groups

Faith groups

Your church or faith groups can help us change the story for children living on the streets. Find out more

School resources

School resources

We've created free resources for teachers to educate pupils about the dangers of running away. Find out more

Social groups

Social groups

We work in partnership with a range of social and professional groups to raise funds and awareness. Find out more

Universities

Universities

Students have been helping us raise funds and awareness for many years now. Find out more

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