Every penny counts

It only costs £2 per hour for a child to attend Fit and Fed, so any fundraising you can do to support us will make a real difference.

You could organise a bake sale, run a quiz-night, walk a 10k, or even run a marathon. Here are some examples of what people have done recently for StreetGames!

Sky Diving

StreetGames volunteers Scott Maughan and Heather Nuttall took am extreme leap of faith to raise money for StreetGames.  They sky diveed from 10,000ft on Sunday 31st July above Peterlee in Sunderland. See their video sponsorship appeal here.

Triathlon

Camilla Agnew completed her first ever sprint triathlon, and by engaging her friends, family, and work collegues raised almost £1,000. Camilla said: “I’ve never swum in a moat before or changed quickly out of a wetsuit, but I wanted to give it a go. So that the event has more of a lasting impact than just me being knackered, I wanted to raise some money for StreetGames. The charity works with communities in Cambridge to make a difference, through sport, to children’s lives.” 

Get in touch with us at info@streetgames.org to let us know what you're planning and we'll happily promote your event to our thousands of followers on social media and throughout the StreetGames network.

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