Support us on your birthday

Fundraise at your celebration

A simple, personal way to celebrate a special occasion

Support Save the Children in celebration of your birthday

Instead of gifts, why not ask your friends and family to make a donation to Save the Children with a birthday fundraiser?

Hints and tips for creating your page

  • Include images and a story explaining why you've chosen to support Save the Children.
  • Ask your most generous friends to donate first to set an example.
  • Add the link to your page to all your party invitations or emails.

Other ways to raise money

  • Venue discount: If you're having your party at a venue, ask for a cut price rate and donate the difference to Save the Children, then mention them at the party to say thank you.
  • Fancy dress: Birthday parties are a great excuse to dress up! Make it a fancy dress party and ask people taking part to donate, with prizes for the best dressed.
  • Song requests: If you’re playing music, give guests the chance to request songs in exchange for a donation.
A Save the Children child protection officer, Bol Nyuol, visits Rebecca*, six and Abi*, five, at their grandmother's home in Waat, Jonglei state, South Sudan.

Your money could help us reunite children with their families, and provide them with supplies such as oil, rice, beans, sleeping mats, blankets, mosquito nets and more.

How your money helps

£11

could pay for winter clothes for a child to help children living in freezing conditions keep warm and improve their chances of survival.

£21

could pay for five mosquito nets to help five families sleep soundly under their own treated mosquito net.

£55

could pay for a food basket to help feed a family nutritious food for a month to help them cope in an emergency.

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