If your New Year’s resolutions for 2017 involve getting fit, fundraising or challenging yourself to try something new, you’re in the right place! The Child Brain Injury Trust relies on donations to keep offering vital services to families coping with childhood acquired brain injury. By taking on a fundraising challenge you’ll not only get fit, have fun or learn a new skill, you’ll also be helping to make sure families coping with this complex condition have an expert and friendly place to turn to for support that can make a huge difference to their lives.
We have spaces available in the following organised events:
- Edinburgh Marathon Festival – 27/28 May
- Vitality British 10k London Run – 10th July
- Forth Bridge Abseil – 15th October
There are also other events available around the country in 2017, everything from 5km fun runs to 50 mile bike rides!
If getting fit is your goal, you could set a target and ask friends and family to sponsor you ‘Pounds to £s’ as you get closer to it. Or see if you can manage to ditch the booze for #DryJanuary.
If you’d like to use your skills, experience and contacts to help out a good cause, we are always seeking members for our regional fundraising groups. These groups get together to organise local fundraising events in their area. Anything from a zumbathon to a cheese and wine night, pub quiz or ladies’ lunch! A great way to develop a range of skills and have a lot of fun.
For more information, to request a fundraising pack or to discuss your own fundraising idea, please email Amelia Larard at email@example.com in the first instance.