Fundraising for Stripey Stork

Fundraising events are a great way for us to raise our profile and to secure the income needed to help us meet our objectives.

We’ll be with you every step of the way, helping you to set-up your Localgiving fundraising page, promoting your event and giving you encouragement in abundance. We’ll even loan you our mascot Stripey for the event, who’ll cheer you on and pose for the camera.

If you have an idea for fundraising then Donna, our Community Ambassador, would love to hear from you:

Up for a challenge?

We have fundraising events all year round and would love for you to get involved!

Would you like to Run Reigate 2020 for us?

We'd love to have you on Team Stork for Run Reigate 2020 on Sunday 20th September. To express your interest for the 5k, 10k, half marathon or kid's race, email

Just some of some of our amazing fundraisers - thank you for all your support!

Fundraising for individuals

If you have an ambition, why not let us help you reach it? We’ve had people doing marathons, swimathons, mud runs, cycling rides, all in aid of Stripey Stork. It doesn’t always have to be physical – sponsored silences, sleepovers, the list is endless and we’re here to help you with ideas and making them happen.

Fundraising for businesses

Fundraising together with your colleagues is another great way to support our cause. From sponsored treks, to organising an in-house bake-off, you choose the challenge and we’ll be there to support you with advice, marketing and any promotional materials.

Many larger companies offer match funding opportunities if their employees are fundraising for a registered charity (our UK charity number is 1161613), so it’s always worth asking.

Fundraising for schools and community groups

If you are a school, nursery, girls guide or scouting group looking to support a local charity with a mission which will inspire your children, parents, teachers and leaders, then Donna, our Community Ambassador, would love to hear from you.

Working with us gives teachers a tangible way to teach children that there are others, very close to home, less fortunate than them. It also exercises positive traits such as kindness, and introduces them to the importance of community and recycling. All subjects which are very close to our hearts.