At School

We help people all over Kent, Surrey and Sussex whenever, and wherever, they need us. Fundraising for us at school is a fantastic way for children to understand the importance of helping their community.

There are lots of ways your school can raise funds - see our top five fundraising ideas below!

- Dress down day

A brilliant way for children to show their individuality by coming to school dressed in their own clothes. Alternatively, you could ask the children to come to school wearing something red, to match the uniform of our life-saving crew members! Children can be encouraged to bring in a £1 or £2 donation in return for wearing their own clothes.

- Cake sale

You could hold a cake sale after school and encourage the children to bring in bought or home made treats for parents and children to buy after school.

4 - 7 years
Key Stage 1
Activity sheets plus a very special presentation introducing our very own mascot Dr Dudley.
Activity sheets plus an exciting presentation on the life-saving service the helicopter and crew provides.   Primary
8 - 11 years
Key Stage 2
12 + years
Key Stage 3
Activity sheets, a presentation and an additional careers presentation is available on the job roles within the charity


Whatever fundraising you choose to participate in we are here every step of the way to offer help and guidance.  All schools and groups will be supplied with a Target Board (pictured right).
If you would like to register your school to receive your pack along with your Target Board by post, then please contact our community team on 01634 471 900 or email Dora Szekfi:

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