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Our Junior Superstars' fundraising stories

Our Junior Superstars' fundraising stories

Our team of fundraising Junior Superstars are making a huge difference to children’s mental health.

From sponsored haircuts and litter picks to walking 500,000 steps and climbing Mount Snowdon, we're so proud of the impact our Junior Superstars are having for Place2Be.

Become a Place2Be fundraising Junior Superstar


Jayden and Eric standing outside AJ Bell Stadium with a Sale Sharks flag

Jayden and Eric's story

Eleven-year-olds Jayden and Eric cycled 41 miles from Sale Sharks AJ Bell Stadium to Preston in support of Place2Be.

Read Jayden and Eric's story

young girl next to swimming pool, wearing a Place2Be T-shirt

Jasmine's story

Meet Jasmine, a remarkable 8-year-old girl, who has undertaken some incredible challenges to raise money for children's mental health.

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Tiwa and three friends

Tiwa's story

In 2020, Tiwa and his friends took on a 10k for World Mental Health Day and raised an incredible £5,000 to support children's mental health.

Read Tiwa's story

young boy holding skipping rope

Hayden's story

Meet Hayden, a 10-year-old boy, who organised a skip-a-thon at his school earlier this year during Children’s Mental Health Week. 

Read Hayden's story

young boy holding the hair he grew out and then cut to raise money for Place2Be

Eoin's story

Ten-year-old Eoin grew his hair during lockdown and raised an incredible £235 for Place2Be. He shares his story and advice for anyone considering taking on their own fundraising challenge.

Read Eoin's story

young girl showing the litter she picked up to raise money for Place2Be

Evie's story

During Mental Health Awareness Week, five-year-old Evie took part in a sponsored litter-pick and raised over £150 for Place2Be. 

Read Evie's story

two boys getting ready for their Duke of Edinburgh expedition

Harry's story

Meet Harry, a determined 14-year-old, who took on a number of fundraisers for Place2Be all while completing his Bronze Duke of Edinburgh award.

Read Harry's story

Hugo holding drawing

Hugo's story

When Hugo's charity cycle was cancelled due to the pandemic, Hugo got his paper and pencil ready and took on a drawing challenge instead.

Read Hugo's story

Grace and Lilly by a cake sale stand

Grace and Lilly's story

Grace and Lilly put on their baking hats and organised a cake sale outside their house to raise money for Place2Be.

Read Grace and Lilly's story

Alba holding Place2Be flags and wearing Place2Be t-shirt

Alba's story

To kick-start 2022, seven-year-old Alba took on a step challenge and walked 500,000 steps to raise funds for Place2Be.

Read Alba's story