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Ways To Fundraise

There are lots of ways you can get involved with the work of NHS Charities Together. By signing up to one of our events or organising your own, you are helping make a difference to NHS staff, patients and families over and above what the NHS alone can fund.

London Landmarks Half Marathon 2025

Join us for next year’s London Landmarks Half Marathon and help make a difference to NHS staff, patients and families

Great North Run 2024

Support the great people at the heart of the NHS by joining us for this year’s Great North Run

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Organise your own event

Choosing to fundraise for NHS Charities Together means you are helping make things better for NHS staff, patients and families.

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Got your own place in an event?

If you have your own place in an upcoming event you can be part of Team #NHSCharitiesTogether.

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Pay in fundraising money

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Workplace Fundraising

Support your local charity

If you are wishing to support your local hospital directlty with fundraising, physical gifts, or support for patients and staff, you can contact them directly through our members list

Be inspired by our amazing teams

Whether you’re a team of one, a school team, village team, sports team or team of friends, by fundraising for NHS Charities Together, you’re part of the nations biggest team- coming together for our NHS.

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Got Crafty

George is just seven years old, but he’s already walked a marathon in memory of his grandma and best friend, who he lost to Covid. He raised over £2,000 for his challenge and is continuing to fundraise for us by making and selling cards and crafts. What a superstar!

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Is growing and growing

David’s seed of an idea has raised over £25,000! Since 2020, he’s been growing and selling plants in his village. David worked for the NHS for over 20 years and plans to raise another £5,000.

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Ran an ultra marathon

In 2017, Rae suffered an accident whilst cycling and was told by neuroconsultants that he would never walk again. Remarkably, Rae surpassed all expectations and made a full recovery. To mark 5 years since the accident and to thank NHS for the care and support he received, Rae took on the London Ultra Marathon for NHS Charities Together!