Are you a student at university? Are you part of RAG, a sports club or society? The next few clicks of your mouse could change your university experience for ever! There are loads of ways you can raise money for the Bone Cancer Research Trust and the pioneering research we fund.
Make us your Charity of the Year, term or even week!
We will work closely with your RAG and/or student union to ensure you get the most out of our partnership. Our staff have a wealth of knowledge in student fundraising, and RAG development. We promise to support you throughout the year, be it with fundraising materials, ideas or advice. We have all your queries covered.
Run, Ride or Summit the world's tallest free-standing mountain!
When else in your life will you have more spare time? Set your self a goal this year and take on a challenge for #TeamBones. Climb Mt-Kilimanjaro, run a marathon or cycle to Paris... we have it covered!
Organise a RAG Raid or a bucket collection
RAG raids and bucket collections are a great way to raise money for the Bone Cancer Research Trust. Gather your friends, don the fancy dress, grab a bucket and hit the streets.
Here are our top tips:
- Choose the date and location of your collection - Saturdays are great as that's the busiest day on any high street! If you know the city you would like to collect in, think about where exactly would be busiest? Near a particular shopping centre? Or on the high street?
- Get in touch with your local council to apply for a street collection permit. You can normally do this by visiting their website and either downloading or requesting a form.
- Once you have filled out the application form, the council will take a couple of weeks to confirm the date with you.
- As soon as the date is confirmed please let us know and if you need any fundraising materials.
- We'll be in touch with you in the run-up to your event and to answer any questions you may have.
- Ask your friends to get involved and help shake a bucket on the day!
- Have fun!
Please contact us if you have any questions