Organise your own fundraising event
Find out everything you need to know to hold your own fundraising event for Parkinson's UK.
Top tips for your fundraising
Get your free fundraising pack
We'll send you a fundraising pack with lots of advice to help you plan for your event. You can also request other fundraising materials, such as banners and collecting tins.
Set up your online fundraising page
Setting up an online fundraising page is a really simple way to boost your fundraising.
Both are easy to use but work slightly differently.
Have a look at both and decide which one you prefer, then just follow the step by step instructions - it's a really easy way to start fundraising.
Prefer to use paper sponsorship forms?
Please use our official sponsorship form found in the fundraising pack. If you need extra forms, feel free to photocopy them or we can send you some more.
Get in touch at email@example.com or call 020 7963 936 to order more sponsorship forms.
Tell everyone what you're doing
Put posters up in your local area, tell your family, get in touch with local press, Facebook your friends and spread the word!
Get in touch
We're here to help you get the most out of your fundraising. Get in touch by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 7963 9367.
Some inspiration and practical things
Host a quiz night
Organise a quiz night at your local pub, club or cafe, have a great time and raise money for Parkinson's UK!
Par for Parkinson's
Love a game of golf? Create your own golf fundraiser with Par for Parkinson's! Get together with your golf club, workmates or friends and family.
Hold a coffee morning
Could you host your own coffee morning and raise money for Parkinson's UK? We've got some great resources you can use.
Use Your Head
Whether you're at school, at work or out and about with friends, dig out your most outrageous headpiece and raise vital funds for Parkinson’s UK.
How your company can help
The support of your business will help us to achieve our ultimate ambition - to find a cure, and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson's.