Fundraise for us
Fundraising is a fantastic and rewarding way to support our hospitals, wards and departments.
The possibilities are endless too and they can often give you the push you need to do something you’ve always wanted to do, but never had the courage.
If you can’t decide what to do or you already have, give the team a call and we can give you all the support you need and make sure your fundraising is the best it can be.
Many of our events are postponed for 2020.
But there are lots of ways that you can support staff at North Bristol NHS Trust at this uncertain time – and all from your home.
If you want to help make a difference please get in touch with the team.
You can be as inventive as you like. To help you get creative, here are a few ideas to get you started.
Why not try one of our fundraising challenges?
Prudential Ride London
Take part in the cycling equivalent of the London Marathon and cycle 100 miles or 46 miles in this amazing challenge.Find out more...
Take in the views of North Bristol and all the way to the Severn Crossing as you abseil down the side of our landmark Brunel Building from a height[...]Find out more...
Great Bristol Half Marathon
One of Bristol s most well known sporting events with around 15 000 runners taking part The race starts on the Harbourside and heads out along the[...]Find out more...
Supporting Southmead Hospital Charity is a great way to engage pupils, parents and staff with their community through enjoyable fundraising activities that make a real difference to your local hospital.
Colleges and Universities
Get in touch with your college or university’s RAG committee about naming us as one of the charities they support, we can support you to apply or meet the committee to talk about our work.
Supporting us through a social group or membership club is a great way to get together, have fun and make a lasting difference to patient care in the local community. Working with our charity team and key clinicians, we can work with you to make a positive impact on the direction of healthcare in Bristol and the wider South West.