Get Involved

Get involved and show your support

There are lots of ways you can get involved with the work of NHS Charities Together. By supporting our campaigns, signing up to one of our events, organising your own or using your place in an event to fundraise for usyou are making a huge difference to help us support our 240+ member NHS Charities across the whole of the UK. 

You are helping to make a difference to NHS staff, patients and families both in hospital and across the community in ways that are over and above what the NHS alone can fund. And we are here to provide you with the support you may need! 

Our campaign

Be there for them

Throughout the crisis, we’ve helped fund support and counselling for thousands of NHS staff. And with your help, we’ll continue to do so – now and in the months and years to come.

Read more about our Be there for them campaign here.

Take part in an event

The NHS Big Tea

The #NHSBigTea is coming on 5th July, the NHS’s birthday. It’s a national celebration of our amazing NHS staff – ordinary, yet extraordinary people who continue to go above and beyond for us and our loved ones. Poured with support from our friends at Morrisons.

Together, we’ll pour out our love, thanks, joy and reflection, and help raise funds to support our NHS champions, who need us more than ever.

Find out more and sign up to host an NHS Big Tea party and donate here.

London Landmarks Half Marathon

Join NHS Charities Together for the London Landmarks Half Marathon on Sunday, 1 August 2021.

Following the global Covid-19 pandemic, LLHM 2021 will be re-themed to celebrate, commemorate and reflect on the landmark moments of 2020.

LLHM will celebrate the grand, heroic and incredible actions and services delivered by our nation’s key workers. Secure a place in LLHM. You’ll need to commit to raising a minimum sponsorship target. With just a few charity places left, get in touch now to sign up and help raise vital funds.

Contact us: hello@anhsc.org.uk / phone: 08454 635328

Gratitude: a public art installation

The image of key workers standing together, but apart, is one of the abiding images of our times – each worker socially distancing and standing apart, while at the same time showing a unique coming together.

Gratitude is a spectacular outdoor public art installation which commemorates and celebrates the stories of this extraordinary moment in time. Launching in Birmingham in summer 2021, ahead of a free to visit tour across the UK, Gratitude brings together 49 uniquely-designed human form sculptures, all designed by individual artists and sponsored by different businesses who want to acknowledge key workers and pay tribute to the NHS.

After touring the UK in accessible locations including Edinburgh, Manchester and London, the sculptures will be auctioned in autumn 2021 with proceeds donated to NHS Charities Together.

Organise your own event

Thank you for choosing to fundraise for NHS Charities Together. By fundraising, you are making things better for NHS staff, patients and families

Download our fundraising packs below to get started! 

Online fundraising pages are an easy way to enter details about your event and share with your with friends and family to help raise vital funds. Set up aJustGiving page, Virgin Money Giving page or a Facebook Fundraiser.

All money donated through your page will then come directly to the charity. 

So that we can give you all the support you need, please tell us about your fundraising activity. 

If you are hosting your own event for NHS Charities Together, we would love to hear from you! Please get in touch by emailing hello@anhsc.org.uk.  

Got your own place in an event?

If you have your own place in an upcoming event you can be part of Team #NHSCharitiesTogether. If you’ve been successful in the London Marathon ballot, or in another fantastic event like the Ride London or Vitality 10k, get in touch by emailing hello@anhsc.org.uk and tell us which event you are taking part in. Then we can support you to help you raise as much as you can, supporting NHS staff, patients and families.