Hft | Get involved | Fundraising ideas | Fundraise for Hft


There are so many ways you can support adults with learning disabilities to live the best life possible through fundraising. Whether you decide to abseil with colleagues, or host a pub quiz at your local, our dedicated team of fundraisers will be on hand to support you.

Here’s how you can get involved in Fundraising for Hft.

  • Charity lottery

    What would you do with £25,000?
  • Challenge Events

    From running a marathon to swimming the channel, every year people take on incredible sponsored challenge events for charity. And you can too!
  • Fundraising Ideas and Support

    You’d like to fundraise for Hft? Thank you! If you’re not sure where to start, we have lots of ideas and top tips to help you get started...
  • Give while you shop

    Whether you’re looking to buy or sell, there are plenty of easy ways to donate to Hft at the same time. There’s never been a better reason to go shopping!
  • London Marathon

    Take on the iconic 2022 TCS London Marathon as part of #TeamHft, to help us support people to live the best life possible.
  • Fundraise from home

    You can support Hft's frontline care staff, and people with learning disabilities without leaving your home by fundraising using some of these easy methods.
  • Hft's promise to you

    As a responsible charity, we're very happy to make the following promises that we hope offer reassurance that your support is valued and respected.
  • Where your money goes

    As Hft is a charity, we understand the importance of making every penny count. Find out more about some of the ways your money is spent to support people.
  • Gift Aid

    Find out more about how you might be able to help us stretch our funds even further by claiming back Gift Aid on your donation.
  • Leave a gift in your Will

    By leaving a gift in your Will you have the power to change someone’s life forever. Will you say yes?
  • Donate a single gift

    A single gift donation will help Hft’s frontline support staff when they need you most, to ensure vulnerable and isolated people with learning disabilities and autism continue to get the care they need
  • Donate in memory

    One of the most lasting ways you can honour someone special is by fundraising or donating in their memory.