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Raise money

Each year we help families stay close to their children in hospital. And with your help, we can build Houses to support even more.

There are so many ways you can help with fundraising

From events to bake sales or sponsored silences, you’ll never be short of ideas to raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities UK – whether at work, at school or at home we have lots of suggestions and options for you.

Fundraising to suit you!

Jumble Jamboree

A Jumble Sale for every Generation

Environmentally friendly, easy to organise and loads of fun, we’re on a mission to get the nation jumbling for us!

Find out more and get lots of tips on how to make your Jumble Jamboree a success.

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PJ Day

Sign your school up

Wear PJs for the day, whether at work at school or at play and make a donation.

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School Ambassador Programme

Available for Primary and Secondary schools

Students will learn new skills, gain great experience to add to their CVs, and have fun at the same time. This programme can also count towards volunteering quota for Duke of Edinburgh.

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Register your fundraising

Interested in running your own fundraising for us?

Whether you already have an event in mind or you’re looking for support and inspiration, register your interest in fundraising for us today. By registering we can ensure you get the support you need, whether it’s ideas or materials to help your fundraising.

Register here

For schools

Get your class to fundraise together

School is the perfect place to start helping others. Whether your child is fundraising with the whole class or a small group of friends.

Check out our resources to help inform your school about what our Charity does as well as lots of helpful tips and tricks for fundraising.

School resources

At work

Team-building with purpose

Raising money with your colleagues is a great team-building activity and you’ll feel good knowing you’re changing lives at the same time. Our workplace fundraising pack has everything you need to make it happen.


Volunteer fundraising group

Join your local group

We are looking for volunteers to help set up or support fundraising groups across the UK. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to join a group of volunteers with the aim of raising vital funds and awareness of our Charity in their local community.

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Virtual Bucket Collection

A really simple way to raise money

COVID-19 has had a huge impact on our lives and means we can’t do community fundraising collections.

Find out how you can help and set up your own Virtual Bucket Collection.

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It costs £35 to accommodate a family for one night, and the average length of stay at our Houses is 16 nights. Your fundraising could make a real impact on the lives of families with children in hospital.

Your support changes lives

Since 2012, we’ve increased the number of families we support by 93%. Thanks to our incredible supporters and volunteers, we’re building brand new Houses, which will help many more families with children in hospital.

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Already ready to start fundraising?

Click the link below to start setting up your own JustGiving page and share it with colleagues, family and friends. You can also download some of our fundraising assets to help you get started!

Download our fundraising assets

How to set up an online fundraising page

Ready to start fundraising? Then read our guide to set up your page today.


Sponsorship form

Get friends and family to sponsor your challenge event.


Event poster

Shout about your event in your local area with our event poster.


Totaliser poster

Set yourself a target and watch the pounds add up!


Press release template

Got a newsworthy event? Let your local media know!


Paying-in form

Ready to send your money in? Download our paying-in form with all the details you need.


You can also help make a difference today.

Support families with children in hospital with a donation.