Fundraising & Raising Money Ideas | Dogs Trust

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Fundraising ideas

Fundraising ideas

Sky diving to raise money for Dogs Trust

Dogs Trust Challenges

There are lots of different events you could take part in through our events partner Skyline. For more info on the below call Skyline on 020 7424 5511 or e-mail our fundraising team!

Skydive and take the plunge!

We can offer you a range of locations from which to skydive from, so request a pack today.

Get on that bike for the London – Paris Cycle Tour

Cycle through beautiful English villages into the stunning countryside of rural France where you’ll pass historical landmarks and famous battlefields from the First World War until you reach Paris.

Don't forget to download our fundraising guide below for more ideas and information!

Dogs Trust Fundraising Guide PDF 5.37 MB

Download the below form to request your free promotional items!

Fundraising Order Form PDF 2.4 MB

Please note that these are open challenges, so places and dates are subject to change.

Your own event

Every year thousands of people do things to raise money in aid of Dogs Trust. These range from the popular, like having a car boot sale or cake bake, to the more unusual such as living in a kennel for 48 hours! Every penny helps and however you choose to raise funds for us just remember to have fun doing it. 

Below are a few ideas for things you can do to raise funds for the dogs in our care.  

Sponsored silences

Sponsored walk or run

Car boot sales

Sell items on Ebay

Bake sales

Shave your head

Give up smoking

Your imagination is the limit!

Just let us know what you are doing and make sure you set up your online sponsorship form at JustGiving 

Justgiving is a website you can use to set up your own fundraising page to make and receive donations online – it’s easy and very simple to use.

Check out our fundraising guide.

Gail Nathan raised money for Dogs Trust by taking part in the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race!

Find out more about the race here:

You can still donate to Gail's extraordinary efforts, by visiting her JustGiving page