Involve your employees

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Your staff can support us in a number of ways, whether in a ‘Charity of the Year’ partnership or on an ad hoc basis.

Employee fundraising

Whether it’s bike rides, marathons, skydives or hikes, staff fundraising is fun, simple and sociable. By supporting your staff’s fundraising efforts your company will build motivated and engaged teams and develop their personal and professional skills. 

For those individuals looking to raise money by running for Team Chance to Shine, we have places in a number of challenge events throughout the year, such as Brighton Marathon, Great Manchester Run, Great South Run and Great Birmingham Run.


We hold Chance to Shine Awareness Days at a number of England home internationals and are always looking for volunteers to help with collecting donations and spreading the word about Chance to Shine.

Employees from companies like BT and Man Group have helped to raise thousands of pounds at Lord’s, Headingley, the Kia Oval and the Emirates Durham ICG grounds.

Volunteers find it a rewarding day, enjoy the buzz of being at an international cricket match and even catch a few overs!

If your employees would like to volunteer for Chance to Shine please contact us 

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Challenge events

Do you have energetic employees who are up for a challenge? They can join our running team in a range of challenges, from 10k runs to marathons.

We offer participants support with their training and fundraising. Their efforts can help improve lives of children across the country.

Find out more about our challenge events here or contact us 

Payroll giving

Payroll Giving allows you to make regular or one-off donations to Chance to Shine directly from your pay packet or occupational pension. Your donations are made before Income Tax is deducted and you only pay tax on what’s left. 

This means that you are given tax relief on your donation immediately - and at your highest rate of tax. So, for example a donation of £10 to Chance to Shine costs you just £8 (or £5/6 for higher rate tax payers). For more information click here