Fundraising in

Schools.

Your school can make a difference to children and young people in hospital by fundraising for ECHC!

Whether it's a non-school uniform day, a sponsored walk or something totally different - we can support your school or nursery to fundraise for ECHC - watch our video and download our fundraising ideas to get inspired! 

If your school is involved in the Duke of Edinburgh award (DoE) or Junior Award Scheme for Schools (JASS) you can find out more about what we offer by clicking HERE to visit our dedicated page where you can find fundraising and volunteering information. 


Eilish has spent a lot of time in hospital - Edinburgh Children's Hospital Charity has funded the fun and entertainment that Eilish and her family have enjoyed through her long stays. 

When Eilish got back to school, she was determined that she was going to get her friends and teachers to fundraise for us.  And everyone enjoyed helping her!

We have a great fundraising pack, full of information, ideas and tips to get you started. 

Click here to download a copy of our schools fundraising pack.

Even better, if you want us to come and tell you more, invite us to visit and talk to you! 

"We've done bake sales, dress down days, the school mile and so much more.  It's really easy and any school could do it!"

Pam Clark, Deputy Head, Dunbar Primary School

JASS & Duke of Edinburgh

Are you working towards completing your JASS or Duke of Edinburgh Award?

Edinburgh Children's Hospital Charity offers opportunities for volunteering to suit all age groups, demanding a range of skills appropriate for gaining your JASS qualification and each level of the DofE Award, Bronze, Silver and Gold

Take a look at our downloadable fact sheets to help you with ideas and information about running your own fundraising event:

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By fundraising for us as part of your Duke of Edinburgh Award or Junior Awards Scheme for Schools, you’ll be helping to fund the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service’s Duke of Edinburgh Award programme – supporting children and young people dealing with mental health issues to achieve their award, along with all benefits it can bring.