Fundraising for Who Cares? Scotland
Our vision is for a lifetime of equality, respect and love for all Care Experienced children, young people and adults, and we work across the whole of Scotland to achieve this.
We simply could not function without our amazing supporters.
If you would like to get involved in some fundraising…
Please download our printable fundraising pack.
If you are planning an event…
please let us know so we can support you every step of the way by phoning the Fundraising Team – 0141 226 4441 or emailing us at – email@example.com
Take part in a fundraising event
Up and coming fundraising events
Whether taking on a run, cycle, obstacle course or inflatable 5k we have over 200 challenge events across the UK and beyond for you to undertake to raise vital funds for care experienced people across Scotland.
Visit our challenge event page to view the calendar and sign up today.
If you would like to take part in an event but are struggling to pay the entry fee, we can help cover the costs. Get in touch by emailing Fundraising@whocaresscotland.org
Become a Corporate Partner
We believe that every Care Experienced person should have a lifetime of equality, respect and love.
If you think your organisation or company can support us in our vision, get in touch by emailing Fundraising@whocaresscotland.org.
Corporate partnerships can take many different shapes, including fundraising, volunteering, gifts in kind and employment.
Here are some examples of our previous and current partnerships:
From large corporations to family run businesses, there are many levels of support that can have real impact on the lives of Care Experienced people in Scotland today. Please don’t hesitate to contact us to find out how your organisation can show that you care.
Fundraiser Goes to Great Lengths to Support Care Experienced People
Morgan Deveney swam the length of the English Channel in 12 weeks to raise money for Who Cares? Scotland.
Lockdown Runner Conquers Edinburgh Marathon for Who Cares? Scotland
Craig Paton started running during lockdown as a way to stay fit and get out the house. With his 30th birthday approaching, he set his sights on completing his first marathon while also raising money for charity.
Care Family Christmas 2020 – Thank You!
Thanks to your incredible support, here’s what we were able to provide this Christmas for Care Experienced people in Scotland.