How do I start fundraising?

Are you keen to support doctors and medical students in need, but don’t know where to start? Here are some tips to get you started on your fundraising journey!

Would you prefer fundraising solo, or with friends?

Both have their benefits, but getting others involved can have a big impact – ask around in your workplace, school, or local community! Hobby groups can be a great source of support – maybe your choir, yoga class or football team. Check out our A-Z of fundraising ideas and find out more about our fundraising heroes to get inspired!

Let us know about your ideas

We’re always keen to hear about your plans, and how we can support you. And if you’re not quite sure, we can help you think through ideas! Fill in the contact form below or email our friendly team on [email protected]

Start planning

You might want to check in with any groups or venues you’re working with; plan your challenge route or activity; or just set a date and time so you have something to work towards!

Set up a Justgiving page with RMBF as the charity

Our FAQ pages for aspiring medical students and medical students explain how.

Share your Justgiving page

With friends and family, on your social platforms of choice, or on flyers or posters with a QR code (we can help!).

Send us photos

We love to see what you’ve been up to! Send us a photo and tell us about your fundraising journey – you could feature in our Newsletter, or write a blog for this site!

 

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