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Pay it in now in whatever way suits you. The sooner you do, the sooner we can put it to work changing lives in the UK and across some of the world’s poorest communities. You can also download a certificate to say thank you for fundraising.

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Whatever moves you, do it for Sport Relief

Whether you’re a fitness fanatic or a Sunday stroller, Sport Relief is all about getting active and raising money doing the sports and activities you love. Find all the ideas, tips and tools you need right here.

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Sport Relief fundraising pack

Packed full of fundraising ideas, tips, tools, posters and more, it has everything you need.

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Sport Relief Giving Page example

A Giving Page lets you collect money online. It's quick to set up, simple to use and completely secure.

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More fundraising ideas

There are loads of quick ways you can raise money at your gym, sports club, leisure centre or workplace.

A piece of cake

Host a bake sale

A really quick and easy way to raise a bit of life-changing dough. You can even sell shop-bought goodies if you're short on time.

A John Mcenroe wig

Dress up

To fundraise on the fly charge people to dress up as their favourite sporting icons at work or school.

Guess Jonnie's steps sweepstake poster

Run a sweepstake

Download our sweepstake poster, slap it on a wall and charge people to make a guess. You'll raise £30 in no time at all.

Debating a quiz question

Hold a quiz night

In a hurry? Hold a quiz without the hassle. Download our quiz pack with everything you need, from questions to answer sheets.

Other Ways you can fundraise

See how your fundraising changes lives

Erin and Sally on their trek for Sport Relief

£1,533 raised

Erin and her mum Sally raised £1,533 for Sport Relief in 2016 by taking on their very own Three Peaks Challenge in an incredible 21 hours 40 minutes.

A midwife weighing a new-born baby

Lives changed

In Uganda, £1,500 could train 15 midwives to detect complications at birth and provide emergency care, helping to save lives.