This year, your school, youth group or University can support our community in a variety of wonderful ways.

From holding bake sales, raffles to non-school uniform and sports days, there are many ways you can support people affected by neurological problems.

Fundraising at school

We want to support schools and youth groups by inspiring children and young people to develop a lifelong aspiration for helping others. We love to hear about innovative and creative fundraising, and we have plenty of ideas for you to kick-start your journey.

  • School disco
    Organise an end of year disco, and ask each pupil to donate £1 to attend
  • Sponsored fun run
    A fun run is a fantastic way to raise funds and encourage student exercise
  • Talent show
    Time to showcase the incredible talents in your school! Organise a show, and charge the audience an entry fee to raise funds.
  • Non-uniform day
    This is a simple way to let your students express themselves, and raise funds by asking for a £1 donation per pupil.
  • Bake sale
    This is an easy – and delicious – way to raise funds and encourage time spent creating something in the kitchen!
  • Coffee morning for staff
    Organise a fundraising coffee morning in the staff break room to support 1 in 6 people affected by a neuro condition.
Fundraise at University

Most Universities run a RAG scheme (Raise and Giving). Nominate the Brain & Spine Foundation as your chosen RAG charity and raise awareness of neurological conditions. We are here to support you every step of the way – whether you need branded materials to display in halls or lecture theatres, or resources such as videos to share at your event.


Fundraising materials

We have plenty of materials to kick-start your fundraising event, including:

  • Collection boxes
  • Collection buckets
  • Banners
  • Balloons
  • Sponsorship forms
  • Fundraising guides and packs
  • Videos that can be shared in assemblies

Let us know what you’ve got planned and we’ll send you materials suited for your event. Email [email protected] and we’ll be in touch with more information.