Want to go the extra mile? You could fundraise for the Soil Association.

Our vital work would not be possible without our brilliant supporters who help us by raising money. Every penny raised is appreciated and helps us to champion a world where people, farm animals and nature can thrive. If you are interested in fundraising for the Soil Association, have a look at our success stories for inspiration and then use our Fundraiser's Toolkit to help you get started.

Want to get inspired by a great fundraising idea? Scroll down to see some fantastic suggestions, or download our Fundraiser's Toolkit!

Take part in a sponsored walk or run

Sponsored activities are more popular than ever. Whether it's a long-distance marathon, muddy assault course or charity walk, we'd love you to get involved. We have a Just Giving page which makes it easy to fundraise.

Get your create-athon on!

Knit-athon, row-athon, bake-athon; anything you love doing already can be a great way to raise money for the Soil Association. We have a handy form in our fundraising pack which allows you to keep track of the money from your sponsors. 

Starter for 10

If you're a natural performer, why not put on an event? It could be anything from playing the guitar, singing your heart out, or even organising a quiz. Our website is bursting full of facts for an organic-themed round (hint, hint).

Who can say no to coffee and cake?

If you've made too many cakes at your bake-athon, why not host a coffee and cake morning? It's the perfect event to invite family and friends to, as well as being deliciously indulgent. Of course, we'd recommend using organic ingredients for the best results. 

Other ways of getting involved

You could fundraise by yourself, in a team, with your school or workplace - the possibilities are endless.

You can also use Amazon Smile. This is Amazon's official charity site which means they donate on your behalf whenever you purchase something through them, without costing you a penny! See the link below for details.

The most important thing to remember is that big or small, every amount raised has the power to make a difference