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Do Your Own Fundraising

Do Your Own Fundraising

We are so grateful for all of the amazing ways that our supporters fundraise for our family of hospitals across Greater Manchester. Whether you support us as an individual, as a member of a local community group, or you are joining together with family, friends or neighbours, there are so many ways to get involved.

With your help we can make a real difference


Get Involved

If you are ready to begin your fundraising journey, these links will help you get started

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We’re with you every step of the way – register your fundraising with us.

Register your fundraising
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Fundraising from a school? We have lots of great options for you.

Visit School Fundraising
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Download material

Download your fundraising guides.

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Fundraise Your Way

Fancy fundraising by doing your own thing, in your own way? Our supporters organise and take part in all kinds of activities to raise money, and we also have our own fundraisers on offer that can be tailor made to you!

Game Your Way

Turn your hobby into a fundraising event!

Take on a challenge by live streaming your game of choice, invite your family, friends or colleagues to view, along with anyone else who can drop into the stream, all while raising money for our hospitals.

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Bake Your Way

Everyone loves a slice of cake and a cup of tea, so why not put that to good use by raising money to support our family of 10 NHS hospitals at the same time?

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Walk Your Way

Whether you fancy a big hike with friends or want to clock up the steps over a series of weeks on your own, Walk Your Way is the perfect activity for all ages and abilities.

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Frequently asked questions

Do Your Own Fundraising

See all FAQs

Please register with us by filling in this form: 

There is no minimum age to fundraise for us, but we ask that a parent or guardian registers anyone under 16.

Certain fundraising activities do have minimum ages, for example:

Collection box collectors must be 16 years of age or over.
For licensed lotteries, including raffles, children under 16 cannot buy or sell tickets.
Children under 16 cannot count collected money.

We have physical materials such as collection tins, t-shirts, balloons and stickers. Any unused materials should be returned to the Charity after your event. Some of these items, such as collection tins, buckets and banners will be on loan to you and will need returning after your event to:
Manchester Foundation Trust Charity, Citylabs 1.0, Maurice Watkins Building, Nelson Street, Manchester M13 9NQ.

We also have a selection of downloadable materials to help with your fundraising. Find them here.

Unfortunately, we don’t currently have any merchandise for you to sell at your event. However, we can provide you with materials to help you brand your event. Please email us to request your materials. 

If you have registered to fundraise for us you can use our logo, but any use of our logo must be approved by the Charity before being used or printed in any materials or publications. Please email a draft of your intended publication using our logo to your contact within the Charity team, for approval.

To request a copy of our logo, and for further guidance regarding the use of our logo, please email your contact within the Charity team.

If you have not yet registered your fundraising, please complete our online registration form.

Please get in touch with your Charity contact to see whether this is a possibility. If we are able to, we will support you. 

Unfortunately, we cannot contact our celebrity supporters and patrons on your behalf. However, if you have a personal connection to a celebrity, you are welcome to get in touch with them.

Letting as many people as possible know about your fundraising is the best way to make it a success! You can create a JustGiving page and shout about it on your social media pages. We can’t always promote individual fundraising events on our Charity social media accounts, but if you tag us from your own social media we will do our best to like, share and comment where we can.

You can also get your local community involved and share information of your fundraising via WhatsApp to spread the word! 

Data protection laws mean we cannot share supporter data with fundraisers in order for you to promote your event.

You are more than welcome to fundraise for multiple charities, as long as the split of money between charities is clear to all those donating, and the Charity is informed when you register with us.

We love to meet our supporters and organise cheque presentations to commemorate their achievement. However, we cannot always offer this and so this will be arranged on a case-by-case basis. Please get in touch with your Charity contact for more information.

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