Whether you're a fun runner, adrenaline junkie or a messy baker, we have the event for you.
By fundraising for Dreams Come True you’re joining a fantastic community of people doing extraordinary things to transform the lives of seriously ill children.
Supporting Dreams Come True is easy and rewarding and there are so many ways you can help. Whether you’d like to do this by yourself, in a team, at school or at work there are loads of ways you can raise vital funds to help sick children and their families.
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Dream Night In
Dream Night In is a great way to raise money, simply by enjoying a fab night in with your pals.Read more
Wooden spoons at the ready for Dream Tea, our yummy baking fundraiser!
Get in the kitchen and bake, bake, bake! Whether it's cakes, cookies or something savoury: after you've cooked up a storm sell your tasty treats to help grant dreams for children who need them most.
Hampton Court Half Marathon
The Palace Half is a flat and picturesque course which starts and finishes inside Hampton Court Palace. Running at this historic venue offers not only a perfect opportunity to run a personal best but to visit and run inside one of the UK’s major tourist attractions.Read more
The Kilt Walks return for 2018 in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen. Which walk will you take on?Read more
Simplyhealth Great North Run
The Simplyhealth Great North Run is the world's largest half marathon (13.1 miles), with over 50,000 runners taking to the streets of Newcastle.Read more
South Downs Way Walk
Starting and finishing at Goodwood Racecourse, Just Walk is an exciting sponsored UK charity walk for anyone wanting to fund raise for the charity of their choice. This fundraising walk is open to charities and anyone who is keen to get their walking boots on and hike for charity of your choice.Read more
Thames Path Challenge
The Thames Path National Trail is unique, with its beautiful scenery, steeped in history. Setting out from Urban London the path winds through scenic villages and historic towns – it’s the only long distance path to follow a river for most of its length.Read more