If you’re applying to study medicine, you’ll likely know that medical schools are looking for work experience in a caring or medical environment.  In addition, have you also considered fundraising for a medical charity? It’s a useful addition to your supporting statement and will give you something extra to talk about in your interview. It’s also your chance to make a difference, helping to change the lives of doctors and medical students in need.

Loads of aspiring medical students like you have done fundraisers for The RMBF, from cake bakes and school balls to running 10Ks and hosting quiz nights. They have all raised vital funds to support doctors and medical students in difficulty.

Join our community of aspiring medical students today!

If you sign up and fundraise £200 or more, we will send you a pack of RMBF goodies to help with your studies – think pens, post-its and stress balls. We will also give you a certificate and letter of recognition of your fundraising efforts, which you could show at your medical school interview.

Sign up now to get more information on how you can fundraise for us:

 

Aspiring medical student fundraising form

  • Please provide your address so we can send you a goody pack when you fundraise £200!
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  • If aged under 18, please provide the email address of your parent/guardian so we can send them information on fundraising safely. We will only use their email address for this purpose. If aged over 18, please leave this blank.
    If aged below 18 years, I will keep my parent/guardian informed of all fundraising activities for the RMBF. I understand it is illegal if aged under 18 years to hold events with alcohol. I understand if aged under 18 years, it is illegal to hold events with raffles or lotteries. I understand that I must be aged over 16 years to take part in street collections and I must check with my local authority to obtain a licence for street collections. I understand with house-to-house collections, that I must be aged over 18 if collections are taking place in the City of London, or over the age of 16 years if taking place in other locations of the UK.