Individual Supporters

There are lots of fun and easy ways you can get involved and raise money for us. Whether you want to organise your own bake sale, garden party or themed evenings, you can be as creative as you can!

I've got my own confirmed place in a sports event. Can I fundraise for BCI?

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I want to fundraise for BCI but not sure what I want to do. Can you inspire me?

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Yes of course!

Please email to let us know so we can send you a race pack which includes a technical T-shirt and some fundraising tips!

See what others have done in the past.


We're here to help.

Download this handy 'Fundraising A-Z' guide for some fun and easy fundraising ideas that you can do in your community, at work or at school!

I've organised my own fundraising event and I want to pay in the money.



I am an eBay seller. Why should I put my items up as eBay for Charity listings?

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Paying online through JustGiving is the quickest and easiest way.

If you want to pay in your money via other ways such as bank transfer or cheque, please get in touch.


Your listings will appear with the blue and yellow eBay for Charity ribbon ebay ribbon in the search results. Our mission statement and logo will also appear in your listing. This means your listing can be seen by everyone who searches through It'll also get extra visibility through the eBay for Charity pages.

It's the perfect way to make a difference. Whether you want to give 10% or 100% to us, it’s entirely up to you!

Did you know? 

Every time you list an item for charity, you'll get a fee credit on your basic insertion and final value fees equal to the percentage you donate. So if you donate 50% of your selling price to a charity, eBay will waive 50% of your fees.

Fundraising stories 

Vincent Ethan


Final year medical students, Vincent Quan (L) and Ethan Koh (R), from Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry completed the London Winter 10K Run on Sunday 1 Feb.

Both Vincent & Ethan completed the race in little over 50 minutes and raised over £150 for BCI.



Amy Richardson from BLSA RAG completed the London Marathon on 26th April 2015 in 4 hours & 8 minutes! Amy had raised over £2,500, more than triple her original target of £750!

The donations were split between Barts Cancer Institute and London Air Ambulance.


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