Getting involved

Want to make a difference, but not sure how? Look no further!

There are so many opportunities for you to get involved at a level that suits both your talents and time. Here are a few suggestions:

Be informed

There are a number of ways in which you can find out more about the issues facing children at risk today. Why not start at the links page for some informative websites.

Get Vocal

Stand up and speak out for children at risk. Write a letter to the Prime Minister or your local MP to express your concerns and ask the government to take action on their behalf. Why not make a presentation about the work of Bright Tomorrows at your place of work/school/church? Or ask us and we will be happy to come and talk about the work ourselves.

Dare to take a skydive...

Ever wanted to experience the exhilaration of a skydive? This could be just what you've been waiting for, as well as an opportunity to make a difference. Contact us for an information pack that explains all you need to know.

...or even climb Kilimanjaro!

We are also able to offer places on other exciting sponsored treks, London to Paris cycle rides and fun runs. Why not make this year the time to really do something adventurous..if Chris Moyles can do it, you can't fail to succeed!
click here to see what's currently on offer through Do It for Charity

Hold a fundraising event

Holding a successful fundraising event can be lots of fun and doesn't necessarily involve a lot of effort. For inspiration check out our list of ideas to suit all ages, time and resources. There are also guidelines to help you get the best out of your event. When you have completed your event, do let us know and we will feature you on our Facebook page!

If you are holding a sponsored event, do be sure to use Bright Tomorrows sponsor forms (found at the back of the fundraiser's pack).

Download: Fundraisers pack (PDF 0.57Mb)

Make your own fundraising website
Why not support Bright Tomorrows by creating a personal fundraising page for any event or occasion.

Make a difference

Here are just some of the ways in which our supporters have used fundraising pages to sucessfully promote their events:

Duncan Evans
completed a London to Paris cycle ride

Kishan Assani
completed a marathon

Julie Hutton
had a baby shower, but asked for people to donate to her page rather than give gifts

Jamila Ganiji
took part in a fun run

Give On-line NOW!

You may not have enough time to allow you to take action....but making a donation is an excellent way of becoming directly involved in changing children's lives. Don't forget to Gift Aid your giving to help make it go even further.

Click above to securely donate to Bright Tomorrows using our online facility provided by or email us for a standing order form and become a regular partner in our work

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