Get Involved

Make an online donation today and show the young people of Brum that we’re fighting in their corner for good mental health.

Ways to Fundraise

There’s loads of stuff that you can do to get on board and help us raise the cash we need to make sure we can fight for all the feels and continue to support Brum’s young people. Check out some of these ideas.

Take it virtual

So many mass participation events like runs and cycles have been cancelled this year due to the pandemic, so why not take it virtual? Complete a marathon by running laps of your estate, cycle the distance of the Velo in your local park or even climb the height of Snowdon on your stairs. It’s the same distance, just somewhere else!

Check out our "Who I am counts" subscription packs

We’ve launched a new Positive Mental Health Pack full of activities and exercises to promote mental health for children and young people. Find out more and sign up here. 

Stay home

Lockdown restrictions or not, sometimes we just don’t fancy leaving the house, and that’s okay! There’s nothing to stop you from fundraising from home. Gather your pals for a party on Zoom, or try your hand at hosting a virtual quiz – just ask each team to donate whatever they can afford to take part. You could also set up a Just Giving page and post the link on your socials, asking your friends to donate for your birthday…as long as you’re happy to share your gifts with us!

Do your own thing and get sponsored

Whether it is doing something you really love, something you hate, or something to challenge yourself, get sponsored! If you’re heading out to climb a mountain, planning an extreme haircut, or if the adrenaline junkie inside you is begging to take on a skydive, raise the cash by asking for sponsorship. Whether you share a challenge with your mates or take on a solo mission, ask your friends and family to sponsor you to complete it.

At school

If you’re back to class it’s the perfect opportunity to rally your classmates and pull together to raise some cash. It can be as easy as hosting a “dress down day for a pound” or bring your best joke to see who can make the boss chuckle.  We get to keep on fighting for all the feels, and you get to feel good. It’s a win-win.

At work

Ask your employer about starting a “charity of the year partnership” with us at Fight For All The Feels and get involved with staff fundraising, challenge events and much more.
You could support us through cause related marketing like adding £1 to a customer’s bill or donate a percentage of your sales of a particular product to our wonderful cause?
 You could sponsor us though Corporate events like Golf Days and Award dinners, or enroll in Payroll Giving – a smart, simple and tax-effective way to give to charity straight from your pay cheque every month. You’ll just need to talk to your HR team to get started!

Paying In Fundraising

There are a number of ways that you can pay in funds that you’ve raised for Fight For All The Feels.

You can make your secure online payment here or if you prefer, via one of the following options, via Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity:

By phone

The friendly Supporter Care Team are always on hand to help – if you’d like to make a telephone donation give them a call on 0121 333 8506.

By post

If you’d prefer to post us a cheque, you can make it payable to ‘BCH Charity’ and send to:

The Fundraising Team
Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Steelhouse Lane
Birmingham
B4 6NH

Via bank transfer

You can also make a donation in person at the bank or by doing an online transfer. Please call our Supporter Care Team on 0121 333 8506 or email us at fundraising@bch.org.uk for banking details to make a BACS payment or at any branch of Natwest.