Do your own fundraising
There are a lot of ways for you to raise money within your community. Whether you want to follow one of our recipe's and bake up a treat, fundraising through your university or hold your own quiz, there is something for everyone.
Rise to the occasion by mixing, kneading, and selling your delicious bakes to give a slice back to disabled people in your community.
Holding a quiz night, whether it's a pub quiz, Christmas quiz or a Friday night dinner with friends, is a great way to get everyone together. Even better —you'll also be raising money for the people we support. It's really easy to get started, read on to find out how.
Everyday some students across the world have to go without some things we perhaps take for granted – just because they are disabled.
On 3 December, International Day of Persons with Disabilities, get your school involved in our #ADayWithout initiative.
Whether you want to hold a sponsored walk or a glamorous ball, read our top tips for holding your own fundraising event before you start.
If you're taking part in or organising an event for Leonard Cheshire, take a look at these key fundraising tips to help you get started.
Thank you for choosing to fundraise for us!
Are you looking for a way to make your RAG the best on record at your university?
Need some fundraising inspiration? Our fundraising A-Z gives some great ideas!