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Fundraising events

Fundraising events

There are loads of great ways to fundraise for St John Ambulance, from holding a cake sale to running a marathon. Whatever event you do, we’ll support you every step of the way. Alternatively, we can help you organise your own event.

If the event you’d like to take part in isn’t listed here, please get in touch – we’d still love to have you on our team. Email events@sja.org.uk for more information.

Donors, sponsors, pavement pounders – every pound you fundraise helps save lives.

Find a fundraising event

Running events

Get those trainers on and help us raise funds

St John Ambulance runner taking part in a fundraising event

Adrenaline and endurance challenges

Adrenaline and endurance challenges

Treks and hikes

Embark on a life changing fundraising mission

Treks and hikes

Cycling events

Time to push those pedals and fundraise for us

Cycling events 

Organise your own fundraiser

Need some inspiration?

Organise your own fundraiser

Contact your regional coordinator

Contact your regional coordinator

Featured events

Vitality London 10,000 - Ever wanted to follow the footsteps of Olympic athletes? Get your place in the Vitality London 10km

Vitality London 10000

Royal Parks Half  Marathon - run in London's most scenic running event - get your place now!

Royal Parks Half Marathon runners

Donation form

Download our donation form

donation form

How does your fundraising help?

Raise £80: this could cover the operational costs of a first aid response unit for one hour
Raise £120: this could pay for a St John Ambulance trainer to teach first aid to a class of 32 children
Raise £150: this could pay for a training mannequin, used to teach resuscitation (CPR)
Raise £300: this could pay for a full day’s training for a group of 12
Raise £600: this could train one of our first aid trainers to teach others life saving skills
Raise £1,000: this could pay for an automated external defibrillator (AED), which can prove vital to the resuscitation process following a cardiac arrest