Fundraise for us

Fundraise for Break!

We’re always on the look-out for people who’d like to fundraise for us. Every pound you donate allows us to enrich the services we provide children and young people who are in care, leaving care and on the edge of care. 

There are plenty of ways that you can support and fundraise for us!

We’d love for you to fundraise for us. It makes an enormous difference to the lives of young people in our region.

We want to make it fun and easy for you, so we are here to help and support you whether you are running your own event, taking on a challenge event or planning a team building event with your colleagues at work.

Organise your own event

Organising your own event to your own timetable is more fun sometimes, whether you want to break a world record or bike around the coast, there’s no shortage of inspiration.

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Get involved in a Break event

We have a packed calendar of events run by Break and our partners to choose from running throughout the year. See what’s on today.

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Set-up your own fundraising page

One of the best ways to fundraise is to set up your own fundraising page online and then promote it to your friends and family.

Start fundraising >

Fundraiser spotlight

How Suzie Thurlow made a skydive a family affair!

Adrenaline rush fundraising

Challenge yourself and help make life better for young people.

Set up a birthday Facebook fundraiser

Celebrate your birthday by supporting Break, helping us to fund our vital services supporting children and young people in and around care.

How fundraising can help us

Every penny you raise will go directly to helping vulnerable children, young people and families. Giving them the time, support, and care they need to achieve their full potential.

Whatever a child’s start in life, we believe that with the right support there is no limit to what they can achieve.  Through innovation, lifelong relationships, and keeping all those we work with at the heart of what we do, we are transforming futures and changing lives.

Happy looking child piggybacking on a support worker from an East Anglian charity for foster children