It could be a sporting event, a bake-off, a coffee morning or a craft sale, the possible ways of raising money are really down to your interests and imagination. The key factors are to get as many people involved as possible and to have fun.

How you organise your fund raising activities is very much up to you. For example, if you were to hold a cake sale in your garden, you can simply send us the proceeds as cheque in the form of a donation. Of course, we would love to see photos and to publish a thank you on our website.

If you are planning to take part in a major competition, like the London Marathon, please contact us as far in advance as possible so that we can help to publicise your feat and recruit supporters for the cause. If you have an idea that extends beyond your work colleagues, friends and family, send us an email at info@rhythmsoflife.org.uk or call us on 0207 6134071

Another way to raise funds for us is to create your own Just Giving page. Go our Just Giving page at https://www.justgiving.com/rhythmsoflife and click the “Fundraise for us” button. After logging in or signing up, you’ll be guided through simple instructions on how to set up and publicise your pages. Your Just Giving page can be connected to an event you are organising or taking part in, or it can simply be a campaign page to raise funds for us. Christopher Wilkinson from Fladgate Litigation raised £770 for us by setting up a campaign page.

Ed Scott running the 2018 London Marathon for Rhythms of Life
Ed Scott raised £2,644.70 for Rhythms of Life by running the 2018 London Marathon.

Merel Laikin cuts her hair for Rhythms of Life
Meriel Laikin charity hair cut

Meriel Laikin raised £890 for Rhythms of Life by getting sponsorship to have her hair cut.

Durnsford U6th sleep out to raise money for Rhythms of Life
Angus McWhirter raised £1080 by organising a sleepout with his classmates at Durnford Upper 6th.