Your online fundraising pack
You've signed up for the Race for Life, so what's next?
Now you've signed up to the Race for Life 2021, you're probably wondering what's next?
We've put together this online hub where you can find everything you'll need to get you ready for the big day. From fundraising hints and tips, inspiring stories and 'on the day' resources - you'll find everything you need right here.
If you've signed up to attend a Race for Life event, it might be slightly different this year, keep an eye on our dedicated Covid-19 page for all the updates you'll need. You can also download the Race for Life app where you can access your Giving Page and all the information you need for event day.
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Here's how to get started...
1. Rally your team together
The best way to have fun and raise money for Race for Life is to get together as a group. Lead the way by becoming a Group Leader and get your family and friends involved.
As Group Leader, your job is to rally your team - we'll even send you a special sticker to show everyone you’re in charge!
By fundraising together, you can raise vital pounds to help us beat cancer.
2. Get the most out of your Giving Page
Whether you're fundraising alone or as a team, use our top tips to get the most out of your Giving Page:
- People want to know why you’re raising money for Cancer Research UK, so updating your page by adding photos, videos and your story can really help boost fundraising.
- Make sure you share your page on social media and email it to your friends and family.
If you prefer to raise money in person then you can use the sponsorship form which you can download.
3. Get creative with your fundraising
We've created some fantastic fundraising packs to help you reach your minimum fundraising target of £50 for your Race for Life event. The packs include everything you'll need to run a fundraising event, and we've split them up depending on how much time you have on your hands.
Our packs include socially distanced fundraising ideas, so you don't have to worry about having to change your idea last minute.