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Fundraise for us

fundraisingOur fundraising pack is bursting with ways to fundraise at home with a cuppa, in your lunch break, within your community or even something more adventurous for those of you that like a challenge!

Organise a sports match, pub quiz, Christmas gift wrapping day, church or supermarket collection, cake sale, carol singing contest, or even a dinner at your home – anyone that comes along makes a donation! Why not theme your event around one of our Giggle Doctors, perhaps a cream tea for Dr Jammi or a pyjama party for Dr Snug!

You don’t need to do it all on your own – you can even ask friends and family to form a fundraising group. Alternatively, if you'd like to help us regularly, just get in touch with amy.calcutt@theodora.org about becoming a Volunteer Community Fundraiser in your area.

Celebrate!

Are you celebrating a birthday, anniversary, wedding, christening, engagement or any other special occasion? Instead of receiving gifts, why not ask your friends and family to donate instead? You can set up an on-line fundraising page by clicking here and choosing the 'start fundraising' button on the right hand side of the page. 

 

Click here to download our fundraising pack!

Shop Online

Do you shop online? You can raise money for the Theodora Children's Charity by using Easyfundraising or Give as you Live. It won't cost you a penny more!

Scrap Your Car

Scrap your car to raise money for the Theodora Children's Charity. Free collection. Any car. UK wide.  To find out more, please click here.

A Parent

Thank you so much for visiting my little girl today at the LGI. She was being fasted for surgery and was getting a little past it and irritable, thankfully you came at just the right time and put her back in fantastic spirits and definitely made her giggle. Thank you very much!

A parent

A massive thank you to Dr Hip Hap and Dr Flowerpot both who visited Byron on the verge of a melt down because he was  very scared about being in hospital again. Both Mum and Dad weren't far from tears also, knowing he would rather be doing what little boys do best. A few minutes after saying hi we were all laughing and having a wonderful time, and Byron now thinks hospitals are great fun.