There are many ways that you can support us and the young people we work with. You can donate to us by using the link below or create your own fundraising page and encourage your families and friends to support your fundraising journey.
Alternatively, you can support a current social action project that may well be happening in your area. Our young people who attend our programmes work really hard to work together, pick a social action project in their local area and then raise money to give to their chosen local social action project or charity. You don’t have to be a young person involved in one of our programmes to do this – you can set up your own fundraising page at any time.
Use the ‘Fundraisers’ tab below to search through our many fundraisers for inspiration or donate to one of their pages.
There are lots of fun ways that you can fundraise for MY Trust. How about a bake sale? A bike ride? Disco? Dinner? Dress down day? Fancy dress? Quiz night? The list is endless.
Together, let’s prepare young people for their future and make sure no young person will get left behind. MY Trust want to ensure every young person we work with, regardless of disadvantage or circumstance, is well-prepared for their future.
We are team 25 from NCS and wish to fundraise for the charity Share a star who are dedicated to helping seriously ill and unwell children and teens aged 0-21.
To help those less fortunate than us through our social action project
Hello, we're team 24 and for our social action project we have chosen to support Tara Martins and put forward and donation created by fundraising campaigns .
Darland House Oakley Outings
We are raising money to help out the local Sea Cadet unit, which in turn helps to better the local community.
To help and support a Medway based Charity One Big Family
We are raising money for the East Sussex Association for the Blind and Partially Sighted.
We are fundraising to support raising awareness for FASD.
Hi! We’re team 16 from NCS. We are currently fundraising and raising awareness for The Purple Campaign for Polio which is affected by the Medway Sunlight Rotary Club.
To provide Caring Hands with enough money to feed the homeless
To help tackle the issue of homelessness in Lewes.
Seaview is a charity aimed at supporting the homeless and at risk people of Hastings and St.Leonards. They are a non-profit organisation, and therefore rely on donations and fundraisers in order to provide food, resources and more to those in need.