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Fundraising and events
Are you inspired by the work that Rainbow Trust does and would like to fundraise for us? Are you looking for your next challenge or would like to face your fears? We have lots of events and activities for you to take part in. There’s something for everyone. Read on to find out more about how you could join the team raising funds for Rainbow Trust.
Corporate fundraisers
Get your Company Involved
Would your company like to make a difference to an inspiring children’s charity as well as raising vital funds or offer support to help families with a terminally ill child? We could not provide this lifeline without funding from companies, however large or small.
Volunteer for us
At Rainbow Trust we recognise the value and importance of volunteers and the wealth of experience, skill and ideas that they can often bring. We have several volunteering opportunities on offer for anyone interested in giving their time to work with us.
Charity work in your community
In your community
If you need any fundraising materials, or would like to discuss how to get the most out of your fundraising, please feel free to contact our Community team.
Ways to give
Rainbow Trust relies on voluntary donations for almost all of its income. We simply couldn’t be there for the families that turn to us for help each year if it wasn’t for the generous support of thousands of people who give to us each year. There are many different ways in which you can donate to us. Read on to find out more.
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Gifts in Wills
Rainbow Trust has been helping support families since 1986. We received our first Gift in a Will to help fund our specialist work in 1999 and this type of gift remains a vital source of funding for us. Find out how Gifts in Wills help families cope with caring for their very sick child.
No parent expects to outlive their child and Rainbow Trust knows the impact a child’s death has on a parent. Rainbow Trust wants to see the Government introduce a set amount of statutory bereavement leave for parents and carers of a child, 18 or under, who have just died.