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Make a difference

“I just wanted to do something to make a difference. To say thank you for all the support I had.”


Raise some money & have fun!

There are many fun and easy ways you can raise money to support our cause. And of course, you can do home challengess, run marathons, jump out of a plane or climb a mountain to help raise awareness and funds!

You can join in any event, large or small, across the country and raise money for Fight Bladder Cancer, or you can arrange your own. Why not wear an FBC T-shirt and help spread the message at the same time?

We can give you lots of ideas on what you can do to raise some money. If you need any help or advice, just get in touch.


If you’re interested in taking part in FUN-draising events and challenges that can help raise money for Fight Bladder Cancer then you’re in the right place. We have places available to you, your family and friends in a whole range of sporting activities and events – some challenging, some ‘once in a lifetime’, and others which are just for good family fun. We would be over the moon if you took part and fundraised for Fight Bladder Cancer. 


How to set up an online fundraising page

Set up an online fundraising page by clicking here.

Setting up a fundraising page is usually quite simple but do contact us if you need any assistance.​

Please do get in touch if you need any help, sponsorship forms, posters, etc. for your event at

People white water rafting

Get inspired by our amazing fundraisers!


It’s Bladder Cancer Awareness Month!

Bladder Cancer Awareness Month is marked annually in May. It is a global campaign aimed at focusing attention on bladder cancer, and Fight Bladder Cancer runs the UK campaign. 

We have a whole page dedicated to how you get involved and help with raising funds and awareness! Head there now to find out more about our 31 Days of Bladder Cancer Awareness Calendar and to download our handy pdfs, including our lovely bladder cancer butterflies you can colour in.

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