Virtual Fundraising Hub

Fundraise from home with our virtual fundraising ideas, from sponsored silences to setting your own running challenge,  you can do anything!

Do you go crazy for cake sales? Are you giddy for games? You can turn your passion into any fundraising venture, share your motivation and excitement with friends, family and colleagues to bring them together to support The Lewis Moody Foundation.


Don’t forget, we are here to help so don’t hesitate to get in touch with us by emailing [email protected]

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Sponsored Silence!

A little loud at home during lockdown..? We’ve got the perfect solution! Set the kids or even your partner up with a sponsored silence and ask for donations to keep the peace.. or take part in one yourself and have a great excuse not to answer all those questions!

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Quiz Night!

Turn your virtual quiz night into fundraising for The Foundation! Simply set up your JustGiving Page and ask friends and family for donations to take part. Then get ready to take on the role of quiz master and see who has what it takes to win 1st place!

image Get Your Game On!
Get Your Game On!

Put your gaming skills to good use and take on a different kind of marathon! Console or PC, Solo or with your Squad, its your choice! Power Up your JustGiving Page then set off on your Quest to help #TackleBrainTumours. Dont forget to Level Up by streaming on Twitch!

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Virtual Runs!

Lace up those trainers because there’s still a way your can complete your running challenge from home! From 5K’s to half marathons there is a distance for everyone no matter your ability. Check out our virtual runs page and you can even bag a medal for your efforts!

image Games Night!
Games Night!

Get competitive with family and friends and host a games night! Charades, bingo, pictionary, even scrabble! Choose your favourite, then see who comes out top! You can either ask for donations to enter or raise the stakes and have the losers pay the funds!

image Head Shave!
Head Shave!

Be brave and shave your head to help #TackleBrainTumours. Organise a virtual shave party and ask family and friends to donate to your JustGiving Page as your hair gets the chop! Not daring enough to shave your head? Try crazy hair dye or shave your beard instead!

image Be A Quitter!
Be A Quitter!

Always thought of being a vegan? Maybe chocolate is your nemisis? Or perhaps you need motivation to give up working from home snacks?! Now’s a great time to be a quitter! Quit your item, set up your JustGiving Page and ask your community to sponsor your efforts!

image Get Crafty!
Get Crafty!

Got a crafting skill you could share or just feeling creative?  Why not host an online session? It’s not only great for your wellbeing, but also a fantastic way to entertain the little ones! Set up your JustGiving Page, ask people to donate to join, then get crafting together!

image Foodie Fundraising!
Foodie Fundraising!

Turn tasty treats into fundraising with your JustGiving Page and start stirring up some fun in an online baking class, or bake it to make it in your own competition! If baking’s not your style, try a cookery class with your favourite dish or a virtual Come Dine With Me instead!

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Birthday Pledge!

Is your birthday coming up? Why not forgo your birthday gifts and ask everyone to give the gift of a donation to The Foundation instead!? Just set up your birthday pledge on JustGiving and your gifts could help us fund the vital support services for those most vulnerable.

Share your charity events with us

Inspired by our fundraising ideas?? We’d love to hear about them and support you with your fundraising, so please do get in touch here!

If you planned your event, remember to send us your photos and videos of your fundraising activity, so we can share in your sucess! We can post these on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram helping you build a buzz around your activity.

However you decide to fundraise for us, we can’t thank you enough for your support. Together we can #TackleBrainTumours