Whether cycling, running or trekking is your thing, there are lots of events you can take part in to raise money for Evelina London – including iconic events like the London Marathon.
Get colourful for Evelina London
Get your children's school to wear colourful clothes and raise money to help sick children and their families.
Sign up for a Get Colourful pack today – find out more on our fundraising website.
Be a hero - St Thomas' abseil
On Friday 12 May our fearless fundraisers will be taking in the views of London from St Thomas' as they abseil down the side of the hospital, dressed as their favourite superhero.
Do you fancy taking on this challenge? It's an experience you'll never forget and you will also be doing something amazing to raise much needed funds for your hospital.
For more information or to register, check out the fundraising website.
Prudential RideLondon - Surrey 100
Prudential RideLondon - Surrey 100 is celebrating its 5th year in the events calendar and will see over 25,000 amateur and elite cyclists taking part!
On Sunday 30 July celebrate the legacy for cycling created by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and follow a 100 mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey's stunning countryside.
Check out our fundraising website for more information.
Guy's Urban Challenge
Run the streets, spin the pedals and climb the stairs of the world’s tallest hospital building. On Saturday 30 September and 1 October take part in Guy’s Urban Challenge and raise money for Evelina London.
Begin with a 2.4km run, then jump on a state of the art Wattbike for a 15km cycle and finish with a gruelling stair climb to the 29th floor.
Interested? Visit our fundraising website for more information.
Royal Parks Half Marathon
Lace up those running shoes and take on the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon on Sunday 8 October.
The 13.1 mile scenic route winds through four Royal Parks (Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, St James' Park and Green Park) in all their autumnal splendour.
Register your interest on the fundraising website – it’s more than just a stroll in the park.