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Businesses and Individuals
we need your help

There are lots of ways you can raise funds to transform young lives and we’re here to help you every step of the way.

If you’re fundraising through work, then we recommend you rope in as many colleagues as possible and make sure to have some fun. We’ve had companies of all sizes organising imaginative sponsored activities for us from bake sales to treasure hunts, a sponsored silence and limerick competitions!

Looking for ideas?

We've had people host hog roasts, coffee mornings, literary evenings, craft parties, baking challenges and more. There’s really no end of possibilities. One enterprising Brathay supporter made and sold dog biscuits, and another makes and sells cards. Others have run, rowed, cycled, and got fit with friends – some as a once-off, others make it an annual event which grows every year.

You can also raise money for us as you buy and sell personal items. and both allow you to allocate a contribution to Brathay with every purchase at no extra cost to you. And when listing an item on eBay you can choose to donate a percentage of an item’s final selling price to us through their Charity fundraising programme. Your item will even feature our name and logo, so buyers know they’re supporting a worthy cause.

If you need input from us in any way, go to Request a Call opposite, select Fundraising as your topic and we’ll be back in touch.

Thanks to all your help, this is what we've raised so far this financial year:

Public Donations


Challenge Events


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Teacher and vicar Michelle Woodcock ran 260 miles for Brathay.

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