Fundraise your own way

There are so many ways for you to fundraise for families with disabled children. 

On this page you’ll find some ideas to raise money for Amaze. You’ll also find our toolkit of posters and more to make your fundraising a success!

If any of these ideas inspire you, please get in touch. Our fundraising team will be able to help you with ideas on organising your event and more.

You can contact us on 01273 234014 or at [email protected].

Ready to get started? Click the button below to sign up for your online fundraising page. Every penny you raise helps families with disabled children and young people in Sussex.

Fundraising ideas

Set a personal challenge

Could you give up chocolate, caffeine or crisps? What about a sponsored silence? You could even put your creativity to good use and paint, knit or sew for Amaze.

Whatever you choose to do, we can help you get started and achieve your fundraising goals.  

Take on a challenge

Choose the distance and activity that’s right for you and get sponsored whilst boosting your fitness.

If you need more motivation, we have charity places in the Brighton Half Marathon, Brighton 10k and Brighton Marathon. For our upcoming events, please see our Challenge events page for more details 

Fundraise together

Get your friends, club, group or school involved in raising money for Amaze. Whether it’s a pub quiz or a fancy dress competition, we can help you raise as much money as possible. 

Bake sales are always popular too. If you need baking inspiration, you could buy a copy of our Amazing Bakes book. It’s packed with delicious cake recipes from families with disabled children and young people. 

Download our fundraising resources

Get ready for your fundraising event with our fundraising toolkit. Download and print copies of posters, invitations and more.

Looking for something? If there is something we don’t have here, or you’d like help please email us on [email protected], or call us on 01272 273014.

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