Quick ways to support us

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Online shopping

Easy fundraising

If you regularly shop online, you can help raise funds by selecting Right To Play as the charity to support on www.easyfundraising.co.uk. Easyfundraising is the UK's biggest charity shopping fundraising site and includes retailers such as e-bay, John Lewis, Argos, M&S, and Sainsbury's to name a few.

Amazon Smile

Don't forget you can also generate charity donations when purchasing through Amazon. Simply select Right To Play as your charity of choice at smile.amazon.co.uk

Donate in celebration

Are you planning a big celebration, such as a wedding, birthday, anniversary, civil partnership, divorce party or new baby? Rather than asking for presents, why not invite your family and friends to donate to Right To Play? You can set-up a donation page on JustGiving or Virgin Money and use Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to ask your family and friends to make a donation.

Contact Ellie at ebarnes@righttoplay.com for more details on how you can share your celebration with Right To Play and support our programmes that, through the power of play, help protect, educate and empower children around the world.

Buy a Right To Play hoodie

The charitable giving arm of our long-term partner, The Stars Group, Helping Hands, has teamed up with us to create a limited-edition Right To Play hoodie…which also doubles up as a ball! 100% of profits from this sale will be donated to Right To Play. Click here for more information.

Make a regular or one-off gift

You can make a difference to the lives of vulnerable children in our programmes by making a regular or one-off donation today. Click here to donate.

Women’s Network

As part of the Right To Play Women’s Network, you can give more girls the chance to learn, to break free from poverty and to stay safe from violence, exploitation and social exclusion – even in the most desperate situations. Click here for more information.

Personal challenge

Are you a challenge seeker that’s always wanted to run a marathon or tackle an obstacle course? Why not take on a challenge and raise money to help support Right To Play programmes around the world.

Check out the link below for a range of challenges to take part in or get in touch with Ellie at ebarnes@righttoplay.com if you have an idea for your own challenge.

Become a corporate partner

Our partnerships help to put children at the centre of their own learning and set them on course toward a brighter future. Whatever the size of your organisation, Right To Play can help develop engaging and fun ways to showcase your company values. For more info, click here.