It is your support that makes our work possible, helping thousands of aspiring, young athletes in Britain every year. When you fundraise for SportsAid, we will support you all the way and are happy to give advice whenever you need it.
Take the time to organise your fundraising campaign. If you do this at the beginning you will be more successful in the long run. For detailed advice, use the links at the bottom of this page.
How to collect your donations
We have found that using the internet to publicise your plans and also collect your donations is the quickest, easiest, and most successful way to help SportsAid.
When collecting donations, we recommend that you use Virgin Money Giving because of their good customer service and the support they offer. Other options include websites like JustGiving but note that they currently charge higher fees so we will receive less of the money you raise.
Our dedicated fundraising site on Virgin Money Giving allows you to create your own SportsAid fundraising pages for general donations and special events. It is free and easy to use and ensures the safe collection of donations from people all around the world at the click of a button.
- Create your own fundraising page by going to Virgin Money Giving and following the step by step guide.
- If you would like to fundraising ‘offline’ and use a paper form instead, please use our branded sponsorship form.
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As SportsAid’s patron, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge is helping to shine a light on the achievements and potential of young athletes throughout the UK – an inspiring generation who one day hope to represent the nation at the Olympic or Paralympic Games. SportsAid alumnus Sir Chris Hoy welcomed the patronage by saying, “SportsAid played an important role when I was starting out so I know what a huge boost this will be to the young sportsmen and women the charity helps today. As patron Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge will give them the profile they deserve.”