Think big and make it happen. The MS Trust fundraising team is there to support you every step of the way and they will help you reach your personal fundraising target.
- Liz, MS Trust supporter
22-28 April 2019
During MS Awareness Week we are asking you, our amazing supporters, to Be Bold in Blue to raise vital funds to ensure no one has to manage MS alone. Go blue your way, be bold and stand up for people with MS by raising awareness and funds.
How can I Be Bold in Blue?
Being Bold in Blue can be as simple as encouraging people to dress up in blue for a donation or getting sponsored to wear blue nail polish for the week (popular with the men!). You could even take on a really bold fundraising challenge like dying your hair blue and then shaving it all off!
- Organise a cake sale at work and ask everyone to donate £1 to dress in blue for the day
- Hold a Be Bold in Blue quiz night at a pub or a collection day in your local shopping centre
- Fundraise at school by organising a sponsored silence or fun run
Whether it is dying your hair or hosting a bake sale - we have lots of ideas of how you can get involved with Be Bold in Blue.
Use this handy guide to discuss MS within the classroom and for fundraising tips and ideas on how to get your school to Be Bold in Blue.
Find all the added extras you need to Be Bold in Blue! Download materials and print them at home or we can send you them by post.
Making a difference
However you decide to Be Bold in Blue, you can be sure that the money you raise will make a real difference. Since 2011, together we have raised over £105,000 to support people with MS by providing information they can trust and training the MS health professionals they need.
MS Awareness Week is our chance to raise the profile of MS and to show everyone what the MS Trust does for people affected by MS. So let’s all Be Bold in Blue and make 2018 the best yet!
For more information, or to let us know about your event, please email email@example.com or call our fundraising team on 01462 476707.
Our BBC Lifeline Appeal
Don’t forget to watch our first ever BBC Lifeline Appeal featuring some of our amazing supporters and presented by Radio 1 presenter Scott Mills.
Paying in the money you have raised
If you have finished your fundraising event and collected all of the money - find out how to pay your money in?
How we can help you fundraise
From fundraising ideas to fundraising materials, we will support you every step of the way.