Get Involved

How can you help?

We receive no government funding and are only able to continue the work we do as a result of our own fundraising efforts.  In addition to the income we generate from events and the support of various specialist trusts, we are heavily reliant on smaller donations.

Could your local community organise a fundraiser for us?  No amount is too small and you can be sure the money you raise will go directly to help where it is most needed.

Fundraising Pack

If you (and your friends and family) want to get involved with fundraising for CBT, our fundraising pack is the place to start. It contains lots of ideas and helpful tips to make your fundraising activity effective, but most of all fun!

Download our Fundraising Pack here. If you would like us to send you a printed version, please get in touch.

 

Corporate Support

Children's Burns Trust Corporate Support PackIf you’re an organisation and would like to support the charity please download our Corporate Support Pack here.

 

 

 

We provide all the information and sponsorship packs you will need, and we can even advertise your own event on our website and social media. If you would like our fundraising pack please contact us.

Alternatively, your company could get involved in a number of ways, from nominating us as your Charity of the Year to donating merchandise for use at one of our charity auctions.

How your money will help

Examples of what your sponsorship, donation and fundraising money will help achieve includes:

How your money helps£25 – Pays for an ice cream at the beach for everyone at the family weekend

£50 – A discharge nurse contacted us to ask if we would be able to buy a supply of towels and a bath/shower hose adaptor for a little girl.  Following a long in-patient stay she was ready to be discharged as long as she could have a shower twice a day but the rented accommodation they lived in didn’t have a shower.  For as little as £50 she was able to go home …

£100 – Pays for overnight accommodation for a child and mum because they live over 100 miles from the hospital and have to be on the ward at 7am for remedial surgery.
£250 – Pays for 10 children to have an afternoon bowling

£500 – Pays for a child to attend burn camp at an adventure activity centre