If you want to plan a charity event to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, you'll find support, ideas and resources here to help you get going. If you'd like to organise an event that isn't listed here, we'd love to hear about it and support you if we can.
For further help or advice, or just to tell us all about what you’re doing, contact your Community Fundraising team.
We can also provide you with Cystic Fibrosis Trust branded fundraising materials, from banners and posters to collection tins and balloons. Please contact our Events Team on 0203 795 2176 to order.
How to organise…
Download our A-Z of fundraising ideas for some more great tips and our do-it-yourself bunting to give your event the right look and feel.
Want to find out how you can take even better pictures of your amazing events? Take a look at our page on photographing an event for useful tips.
The easiest way to collect money is by online sponsorship. Simply go to Virgin Money Giving to set up your own online fundraising page. Once you're up and running you can email the link to your family, friends and colleagues, and all donations will be sent to us automatically.
If you'd prefer to collect sponsors by traditional methods, please download our sponsorship form.
See our Virgin Money Giving Page.
Blank event poster
Download our blank event poster fill in the details of your event, and print it out to use.
Making your event safe and legal
When organising your charity event it is important to think about the health and safety of staff, volunteers, participants and members of the public, and to do your best to minimise any risks.
Download our factsheets Making your event safe & legal and Children & Young Persons Safeguarding Principles at Events for handy checklists of areas you should review when organising an event.
Cross-infection poses a particular threat to people with cystic fibrosis, so they should never meet each other in person. The following policy lays out the rules for people with cystic fibrosis attending indoor and outdoor events organised by the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, or our branches, groups and committees.
Cross-infection policy: guidance for people with cystic fibrosis at events and meetings.
We are very grateful for your support and are delighted that you are thinking about organising a fundraising event, but the Cystic Fibrosis Trust cannot accept liability for any fundraising activity you undertake. If you require insurance there are organisations that can help, such as Event insurance services.
Paying in details
Without your valuable support, we would be unable to continue our work in providing help and support to people living with cystic fibrosis.
We are pleased to be able to confirm the four main ways you can make a payment to us:
1. By telephone - using a credit or debit card. Please contact our supporter care team on 020 3795 2177.
2. By post - you can send your donations to:
Cystic Fibrosis Trust,
Please make cheques payable to 'Cystic Fibrosis Trust'. Please send your sponsorship forms too so that we can claim relevant Gift Aid. Please ensure that you include a detailed cover letter with the cheque so that we can trace the donation.
3. By paying-in slip - call 020 3795 2182 and we can send one out to you.
4. By direct bank transfer to:
Bank account: Cystic Fibrosis Trust Receipts Account
Bank account number: 20513925
Bank sort code: 50-00-00
Bankers: NatWest Bank plc, PO Box 34, 15 Bishopsgate, London, EC2 2AP
SWIFT code: NWBKGB2L
Please quote: Event name/CARE ref or surname.
If you do use this method, please send an email to email@example.com informing us of:
- Amount donated.
- Date of transfer.
- Your name and address or the details of the person you are supporting/sponsoring.
- Event or activity.
We will need this information to ensure that you are credited in our records with the amount raised.
If you want to transfer either US dollars or euros then please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
If you have any queries at all, please do not hesitate to contact us. Once again, thank you for your support.