How you can fundraise to support our families through Covid-19

As a small charity, the pandemic has really put so much pressure on us, with trying to find new ways of raising funds to support our families affected by Neuroblastoma.

In March we were forced like many other businesses and charities to furloughed the only couple of staff we have to protect their jobs and the future of the charity. Over the months, we received so much love from our amazing supporters, they did bike rides, raffles, walking challenges, hula hooping, gave unwanted gifts, and received some amazing donations from Trust funds.


One thing the pandemic didn't stop us doing, and that was our continued support to the families who needed us more then ever...

We have managed to support 50 families so far this year with a financial grant, how amazing is that !!!

We are still apprehensive for the future of our charity due to COVID-19, as we understand that it is difficult for businesses or individuals to donate under these unprecedented times.

There are many ways to show your support, and some wont cost you a penny!

Please continue sharing our charity information

You could arrange your own fundraising activity, take on a virtual challenge, or make a one-off, or monthly donation.

Here are just a few ideas to help us through the pandemic, but if you have an even better fundraising idea, we would love to hear all about it !


Grow a Mo in November


Fancy getting hairy with us this coming November.

An achievement you can grow yourself.
An achievement that's sitting right under your nose.
Grow a Mo this November and raise funds for Mitchell's Miracles charity.
Ask friends and family to grow one with you, you may feel more comfortable sporting your moustache and raising more funds in the process.

Santa walk


Ever thought of doing something fun with your family around Christmas time. Why not request a Santa hat from us and challenge yourself a distance to walk i.e. 2k or 5k and ask your friends and family to sponsor you. Even get your family dog involved.

The English Channel Challenge

The English Channel challenge

The English Channel provides an iconic mile stretch of water between Dover and Calais. We are challenging you to conquer this distance in the pool instead.

Lands End to John O'Groats Cycle challenge


This journey takes you from the Southwest tip of great Britain at Lands End, 874 miles (1,407km) by road to the Northeast tip at John O'Groats, We're challenging you to cover this distance on the road or even on an exercise bike at the gym or at your home.

Get in touch for a fundraising pack today