Ways to Help
From donating food, money or items to sponsored activities, organising your own fundraising event or volunteering for us, there are lots of ways you can get involved with Sophie's Legacy. Here's just a few:
Donate food or toiletries to one of our Donations Points
Take a look at our Hospitals We Serve page to find your local donation points and see how you can support your local hospital.
Donate to our Just Giving Page
If you're interested in volunteering for the charity at either a Hospital Pizza Night, Snack Box Drop Off or Supermarket Donation Day or even a regular weekly commitment, email Sophie's Legacy HQ at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsor a Hospital Pizza Night
Visit our Shop to view our upcoming Hospital Pizza Night dates
Donate new toys and crafts
Children's ward's and their Play Specialists are often always in need of toys and arts and craft items to entertain children. You can donate these items to one of of our Collection Points, to Sophie's Legacy HQ address or contact the ward directly to see what items they are in need of.
Sign up for a running, cycling, obstacle race or other sporting event and raise money for Sophie's Legacy via sponsorship.
Download our Facebook or Instagram Sponsorship Images here.
Run a Community or Corporate Fundraising Event
From Bake Sales to Coffee Mornings and Christmas Jumper Days, get creative and run your own event to support us. Download our Free Event Poster and customise it with your event details.
*NEW* Hold a Christmas Jumper Day in December
Speak to your boss, headteacher or team leader and get permission to hold a Christmas Jumper Day at your workplace, school or organisation. Decide how much you are going to ask people to donate – we suggest a £2 donation. Then get the date in everyone’s diaries! Download our FREE Christmas Jumper Day Poster Pack to help promote the day.
Share the signs and symptoms of childhood cancer
Share on social media the cancer symptoms card created by the Grace Kelly Trust.
Sign-up to donate blood or platelets through the NHS. So many children and adult cancer sufferers require these routinely.
Share Sophie's Story
And finally, please share Sophie’s story and why she wanted things to change.
In Sophie's Legacy
Sophie wanted the following things changed and this will be her legacy in memory of a remarkable young girl who touched so many lives.