Raise money, change lives
Fundraising with your colleagues, family and friends can be a fun way of helping to save young lives.
Looking for festive fundraising inspiration?
Whether it's carol singing, gingerbread baking, present wrapping or desk-orating, you can raise essential funds for us and get into the festive spirit whilst you're at it. Our festive fundraising guide is packed with top tiups and resources to ensure that you have fun and raise money for young people who are struggling and feeling alone this Christmas.
By fundraising for The Prince’s Trust, you’re an important #partofPT, so why not sign up to join our community? You’ll receive inspirational stories about the young people you’re helping to support, and we’ll let you know other exciting ways you can get involved.
We're here to help
Whether you’re brand new to raising money or a seasoned fundraiser, we’re here to help you every step of the way. For ideas, advice and plenty of resources, simply get in touch. We’d love to hear from you!
Brenda raised an impressive £670 for young people by getting her hair shaved into a multi-coloured mohican. Brenda fundraised in memory of her son, Toney, who found hope and inspiration thanks to The Prince’s Trust. When Toney tragically passed away, Brenda took on the radical fundraising challenge in his memory. She said, “It’s so much more than a charity.”
Our Ambassador Benedict Cumberbatch took on the Palace to Palace cycle ride to help young people. He said, “Crossing the finish line on Palace to Palace felt fantastic and knowing I was supporting some inspiring young people made all the hard work worthwhile.” On top of this, Benedict asked fans to donate to The Prince’s Trust to mark his birthday, raising a whopping £36,000 in three years.
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