Team TB were great. They gave us all the information about the run, running vests and advice on raising sponsorship. They met us at the finish line with celebratory beers and refreshments. The run was great fun to do – such a buzz.”
Great North Run participants, Chris Griffiths and Adrian Martineau
There are lots of ways you can raise money for TB Alert. You might want to challenge yourself and do something like a mountain climb or marathon run. Or you might want to have fun with your friends and organise an auction or champagne tea party. Or even ask your friends to make donations instead of presents if you’re celebrating a special occasion.
Whatever your ideas and ambition, we can support you and offer information and advice on the fundraising aspects. We have a JustGiving page so its really easy to set up a page to collect sponsorship or donations too.
If you’re organising an event for TB Alert please get in touch with our fundraising team. We can offer you a comprehensive package of support, for example a TB Alert running vest or t-shirt, a TB Alert water bottle, plus lots of information and tips on fundraising – including advice on setting up a JustGiving page.
We also offer challenges in more than 30 countries worldwide. You can push yourself to the limits by trekking, mountain climbing, cycling, dog sledding, kayaking, white water rafting and skiing, all while supporting TB Alert. Visit our charity challenge partner’s website and get inspired to do something amazing.
I joined an amazing group of people, some of whom had been affected by TB, to do a sponsored Sky Dive. We were all raising money to help TB Alert save lives.”
Sky diver, Alan Mortimer
For further information on our events please contact the fundraising team on 01273 234784 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
At 70, I couldn’t think of anything I needed for my 70th birthday so I asked my friends to make a donation to TB Alert instead. I was astonished at their generosity and we raised £1,500. I had a great birthday too!”
Find out about how Simon rowed the equivalent of the English Channel for TB Alert, while still suffering from TB.