If you’re holding an event in a public place, you must get permission first, either from the local authority or the property owner.
If you plan to take photos of other people at your fundraiser, please make attendees aware.
If you’re holding an event involving many people, make sure that you have appropriate first aid support in place. You can get advice from St John Ambulance or the British Red Cross. As a basic guide, there should always be someone on hand to help for smaller events, but for larger events involving around 500 people, there should be a minimum of two qualified first-aiders on site. If your event is even bigger than this, please give our fundraising team a call on 0300 330 3322.
If your event involves the general public, it’s important to have Public Liability Insurance in place. Check first to see if your venue already has this (as will often be the case). If you’re holding an event at home or on private property, check your insurance covers this too.
Fundraising with food
To keep everyone safe, check the Food Standards Agency guidelines on preparing, handling, cooking and storing food.
Public collections and lotteries
If you are planning to hold such an event, please call our team first as you may need a license. You can call us on 0300 330 3322.
Only collect the information you need. Keep it safe, do not share it and only keep it for as long as you need. You can find information about how we protect and
If you are under 18
If you’re aged under 18, you must have your parent or guardian's permission to fundraise.
If you have anymore questions about your fundraising event then please get in touch. We’re here at every turn with all the help and information you need:
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 0300 330 3322