Whether you're looking for ideas, inspiration or fundraising materials, get in touch today and we can help you. Fill out our simple form or email fundraise@brake.org.uk to find out more.

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What can I do?

However you want to fundraise, we can help. Click on the pictures below to find out more or click here to browse our list of fundraising events.

Fundraise for Brake Great South Run
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2021 Grief Trail Project
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Fundraise for Brake Tough Mudder
Fundraise for Brake Great South Run

Run for Brake

You can run for Brake at any organised event, from 5km runs to marathons, or you can set up your own! We have places available for the AJ Bell Great North Run, ASICS London 10K, and Edinburgh marathon, half-marathon and 10K.

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Parachute for Brake

For a once-in-a-lifetime adrenaline rush that you'll never forget, take part in a sponsored skydive and raise money for Brake. Tick it off your bucket list today.

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Walk for Brake

Challenge yourself to take on a charity walk for Brake. You can choose to walk through some of the best adventure travel destinations, or walk right on your doorstop.

Send us an email to find out more about walking for Brake

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The #Brake5 Challenge for Road Safety Week

Every day, five people die on UK roads. Take on a challenge based around the number 5 and ask your family, friends and colleagues to join and support you. It costs just £5 to sign up and we'll send you a Brake tshirt and a toolkit to help you take part.

I want to take part in the #Brake5 Challenge for Road Safety Week

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Cycle for Brake

Cycle for Brake at an organised event or set up your own!

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Fundraise on the fairway

Enjoy a friendly, competitive, game of golf, a delicious brunch, evening meal and entertainment. Fun with friends or colleagues is guaranteed, while raising funds to save lives and support road crash victims.

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Kiltwalk for Brake

Join the kind-hearted Kiltwalk community for Scotland's largest mass-participation walking events. Take part in one of the four events and enjoy walking in the stunning Scottish landscapes.

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Fundraise for Brake Tough Mudder

Organise your own fundraising activities

Looking to do your own thing to help us raise money? Fantastic! Simply let us know what you have planned and we can help with resources, brainstorming and work with you to make your event amazing.

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How your fundraising helps

We’re proud to do a lot to high standards, with very limited resources. With your help, we can achieve so much more!

Your fundraising helps us provide more care. We are reaching about one in five of the 4,500+ road victim families who need our help. We need much more funding to provide more hours of care per family.

Your fundraising helps us campaign louder in Government and in communities, achieving the policies and investments we know can stop carnage on roads.

Thank you for your support. We couldn't do it without you!

  • £10 - could help a child bereaved by a road crash, by providing their parent or carer with a children’s picture book and guidance on helping children
  • £60 - could help a primary school to receive a road safety action pack, full of information and activities to teach road safety basics to children
  • £100 - could help a road victim family to receive support for a month from Brake’s National Road Victim Service