Do something amazing this 2024 

register today for one of our fundraising events

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Raising money through one of our organised events is a great way to support your local hospitals. 

This year, we have an action-packed calendar of fun, challenging and memorable events for you to choose from. Sign up today to receive more information and pencil the date in your diary!

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Do your own thing

When: Anytime!
Venue: Wherever you are!

From cake sales to hula hooping. It's up to you how to make say thank you to Nottingham's NHS.

Lauren London Marathon

2024 London Marathon

When: 21st April 2024
Venue: London or Wherever you are!

Take on one of the UK's most iconic marathons in aid of the NHS.

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Robin Run 5K & Family Fun Day

When: 19th May 2024
Venue: Sherwood Pines

Join us for a fantastic day out for all the family, at our Robin Run 5K & Family Fun Day! Book your tickets today and start collecting your sponsors.

Nottingham Children's Hospital Golf Day | Nottingham Hospitals Charity

Charity Golf Day

When: Friday 24th May 2024
Venue: Wollaton Park Golf Club

Our Charity Golf Day is back and it’s all to play for! Tee off and raise money for Nottingham Children's Hospital.

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Skydive at Langar Airfield 2024

When: Saturday 8th June
Venue: Langar Airfield British Parachute Schools, Nottingham

Calling all thrillseekers! Experience the thrill of sailing through the sky at 13,000 feet and raise money for an area of your choice.

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Staff Dragon Boat Race 2024

When: Saturday 29th June
Venue: Victoria Embankment, Nottingham

Grab your oars and life jackets and row down the River Trent for Nottingham Hospitals Charity.

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Dragon Boat Race 2024

When: 6th and 7th July 2024 (FULL)
Venue: Victoria Embankment, Nottingham

Grab your oars and life jackets and row down the River Trent for Nottingham Hospitals Charity.

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The Big QMC Abseil 2024

When: 7th September 2024
Venue: Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham

Can you handle the 100 foot drop? Take on the Big QMC Abseil and raise money for Nottingham hospitals

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Robin Hood Half & Mini Marathon 2024

When: 29th September 2024
Venue: Victoria Embankment, Nottingham

Run 13.1 miles in aid of Nottingham hospitals and make a difference to hundreds of patients.

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Hike for your Hospitals

When: Whenever you can!
Venue: Wherever you are!

Tie those laces and head out for a walk. You choose your distance, location and fundraising target.

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Nottingham Hospitals Charity Quiz

When: Whenever you can!
Venue: Wherever you are!

Grab your friends and family and test your general knowledge with the Nottingham Hospitals Charity Quiz.

However you decide to raise money for Nottingham hospitals, we’ll be with you every step of the way. Once you register for an activity or event, we’ll send you a free fundraising pack which includes a sponsorship form, fundraising tips to get the most out of your sponsorship and a Nottingham Hospitals Charity t-shirt or running vest if you are taking part in an active event.

All your fundraising will go back towards patient care in the area that is closest to your heart.

Your support will help fund state-of-the-art equipment, important life-changing research and added comforts in our family rooms that make staying in hospital a little easier for patients and their families.

Read more about some of the latest things we’ve funded, thanks to the efforts from incredible fundraisers like you, on Our Impact page.

Take a look at all the 2024 events you can get involved in

2024 Events Booklet

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Could you be our next Associate Director of Development?

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Take a look at our FAQs

How can I promote my fundraising event?

There are lots of ways you can share the news of your fundraising with friends and family. With the power of social media, you can keep your supporters up to date with all your efforts, training or event milestones, and continue to encourage them to come or support your event.

How do I plan an event?

Coming up with a brilliant idea for an event is the first step! If you want to give back to Nottingham hospitals and say thank you for their excellent care, we can help you decide what to do if you’re not sure. Get in touch with our Fundraising team at and we’ll happily support and advise you.

Do I need any licences or health and safety documents?

If you are running your own event and not taking part in one of our organised events, you are solely responsible for making sure that everyone is safe and there is no risk to others. If you are holding an event within a venue, speak to the owner and find out what you need to put on an event safely – they may already have you covered.

Some events require public liability cover, which will protect you against claims made by third parties for injury or property damage as a result of negligence. Please seek further advice from the venue owner or our fundraising team if you are unsure.

How do I get involved in a fundraising event?

We have numerous events on offer throughout the year, from running events such as the Robin Run 5k & Fun Day, through to activities perfect for thrillseekers like our Charity skydive. All our events are listed above and if you would like any more information around these, please get in touch with our team.

Why should I get involved?

Taking part in a fundraising event is not only fun for you and everyone involved but can be life-changing for patients right here in Nottingham. All your donations will go back into Nottingham’s NHS hospitals to improve care and wellbeing for your local community. It’s also a brilliant way to say thank you to our amazing staff for looking after us and our loved ones for the past 75 years.

You can find out more about how your fundraising will go on to help support much needed projects on the Our Impact page.


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