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Fundraise for us

Fundraise for us

Your support will make a real difference to children and young people’s mental health

Whatever your reason for joining Team Place2Be, you will have our support every step of the way!

Whether you’re organising a bake sale at work, a dress down day at school, want to take on a physical challenge or need some help deciding, we’re here to help you reach your goals.

Most importantly, you’ll know that you are helping to improve the lives and mental wellbeing of children and young people throughout the UK.

Start your fundraising journey today by downloading your free fundraising pack

Our packs are full of handy tips and ideas to help you become a fundraising expert, along with advice on how to look after your own wellbeing while fundraising.

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Take on a challenge event

From half marathons and treks to skydives, there's sure to be a physical challenge to suit you. Join a team or take on a solo-challenge. Explore our exciting range today. 

Take on a challenge

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Fundraising in schools

Raise awareness and start an important conversation by involving your class or staffroom.

Fundraise at your school

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Organise your own fundraising

Help ensure that no child faces mental health problems alone by organising your own fundraising event. From bake sales to sports tournaments to taking part in a tough mudder - there are so many ways you can get involved! We'll be here every step of the way to help you. 

Fundraise for us

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Fundraising resources

Need some fundraising tips or ready to pay in the vital funds you’ve raised for Place2Be? We can help.

Discover fundraising resources

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Organise a fundraising quiz

Get ready for a charity quiz like no other. Whoever you're quizzing with, our Quiz Pack has something for everyone!

Get your quiz pack

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Workplace fundraising

You and your colleagues can help us fundraise for children’s mental health across England, Scotland and Wales.

Fundraise at your workplace

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Local clubs and groups

Fundraising with your local club or group is a great way to help us support communities.

Fundraise with your local club

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Colleges and universities

Show that your college or university values wellbeing and help us support children to become resilient adults.

Fundraise at your college or uni

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Our fundraising Superstars

Read stories from our fundraising Superstars and get inspired by the wonderful ways they support children and young people's mental health.

Meet our fundraising Superstars

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Children's Mental Health Week

5 - 11 February 2024

Raise awareness and vital funds to help children and young people get the emotional support they need. 

Take part in Children's Mental Health Week

News & blogs

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Being a Counsellor on Placement with Place2Be

Richard Kettley talks about his experience of being a Place2Be Counsellor on Placement.

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A group of people sitting in a room. They are watching and listening to a presentation delivered by Moray House and Place2Be. They have their backs to the camera.

The Future of Mentally Healthy Classrooms: celebrating our partnership with Moray House

Last week, Place2Be and Moray House School hosted an event to celebrate our partnership of supporting student teachers.

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Eating Disorders in Children and Young People: a major public health concern

Clara Faria and Professor Tamsin Ford reflect on the impact of eating disorders on children and young people’s mental health.

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