© 2016-2020 Toby's Magical Journey. A Company Limited by Guarantee Registered in Scotland No. SC546367 and Registered Scottish Charity No.SC047059 Registered office: Volunteer House, 69-73 Crossgate, Cupar, Fife, KY15 5AS
Supporting Local Children & Young Adults with Cancer
Fundraising Materials Knit, bake, sing! Whatever your talent, and whatever you love to do, you can help us. Organise an afternoon tea, a bake-off, a concert, or anything you can think of, to raise money so we can continue to give children the support they need to find their way through cancer.

Keep it safe and legal

If you're putting on your own event, make sure you read through our event checklist to keep it safe and legal Don't forget to put a risk assesment together for your own events too. We have a simple template from the IOF here Remember that you’ll need a licence if you’re collecting money in a public place, holding a raffle that’s part of another event or if you’re selling alcohol If you’re collecting money in private property such as a restaurant or pub you’ll need permission from the manager If your event is in a public place you’ll need let the police know in case it disrupts traffic Don’t forget health and safety – speak to your local St John’s Ambulance for advice on keeping your event safe If anyone under the age of 16 wants to help with fundraising, they must be accompanied by an adult at all times. For anyone aged 16–18 years old, they must have parental permission.

Get in touch

We're here to help you with your fundraising activity in any way we can. If you have any questions please get in touch with us.
Supporting Local Children & Young Adults with Cancer
© 2016-2020 Toby's Magical Journey. A Company Limited by Guarantee Registered in Scotland No. SC546367 and Registered Scottish Charity No.SC047059 Registered office: Volunteer House, 69-73 Crossgate, Cupar, Fife, KY15 5AS
Fundraising Materials Knit, bake, sing! Whatever your talent, and whatever you love to do, you can help us. Organise an afternoon tea, a bake-off, a concert, or anything you can think of, to raise money so we can continue to give children the support they need to find their way through cancer

Keep it safe and legal

If you're putting on your own event, make sure you read through our event checklist to keep it safe and legal Don't forget to put a risk assesment together for your own events too. We have a simple template from the IOF here Remember that you’ll need a licence if you’re collecting money in a public place, holding a raffle that’s part of another event or if you’re selling alcohol If you’re collecting money in private property such as a restaurant or pub you’ll need permission from the manager If your event is in a public place you’ll need let the police know in case it disrupts traffic Don’t forget health and safety – speak to your local St John’s Ambulance for advice on keeping your event safe If anyone under the age of 16 wants to help with fundraising, they must be accompanied by an adult at all times. For anyone aged 16–18 years old, they must have parental permission.

Get in touch

We're here to help you with your fundraising activity in any way we can. If you have any questions please get in touch with us.