Fletcher’s Fund is a big family where everybody has an important role to play. Meet our team, our volunteers, our heroes!

Request A Fundraising Pack

To help you with get started with your fundraising we have put together the perfect fundraising pack. Request your today and let us know what you have planned. 

Make A Donation

We couldn’t help so many families and support the children’s cancer wards without the generosity of our supporters. A little donation goes a long way and we are grateful for every penny. 

Fundraising For Us

We are grateful to all the wonderful individuals that organise fundraising events for us. It means that we can focus our time on other areas of the charity knowing that our friends, supporters and volunteers are keeping things going.

Do you fancy hosting a coffee morning for us? Participating in a race? Taking on a challenge? Or even hosting a glamourous ball? Let us know your plans – the sky really is the limit – and we can send you flyers, sponsor forms and links and we’ll see if we can attend in person if you need us to!

Schools – We have worked with schools in the past, and it has been great. Leanne is very happy to come in and talk about Fletcher and the charity to your pupils, always in a sensitive and upbeat manner. We can then work with your school to get pupils and parents involved in activities to fundraise for us.

Raffle / Tombola / Auction – We host events throughout the year and there’s almost always a raffle, tombola or even an auction as part of these events. This means that we are always looking for donations to use as prizes. If you have any appropriate items that we can use, we will gratefully accept. We also have a wishlist on Amazon to make it easy for you to get just the right raffle prize donations to us.

Auctions and grand balls sometimes need bigger items or experiences to use as lots. If you are able to help with this, please get in touch with Leanne as we’re keen to work with you on what’s possible.

We need your help. Without the generosity of our donors we would not be able to provide craft bags to children in cancer isolation wards or help their families financially.