The COVID-19 outbreak means we are all facing uncertain times. Sarcoma UK's support services are adapting and expanding to make sure that we can continue to be there for everyone affected by sarcoma. We have doubled the capacity of our Support Line and the team have been answering more calls, emails and texts than ever.

It's only thanks to your fundraising and donations, that it's possible to offer this support. We know just how lucky we are to have such determined, passionate and creative supporters. 

We know that all the changes happening because of COVID-19 can feel unsettling. 

It's important to follow the necessary measures and the latest Government advice to stay safe, look after yourself and your loved ones. This means that, unfortunately, many of the challenges, activities and events that you have looked forward to and worked hard for have now been cancelled or postponed. 

So, we've put together some fundraising ideas to that provide a great and safe way to share your skills, connect with your family and friends and raise vital funds so we can keep our services and sarcoma research programme running at a time when they’re needed more than ever. 

From hosting virtual events, taking on new challenges such a hiking the distance of Mount Kilimanjaro or simply donating your travel fare, there are still plenty of ways to get involved. 

Virtual Support

You don't have to reinvent the wheel to support Sarcoma UK. 

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Virtual Challenges

Our supporters have never been shy of a challenge so we know they won’t be deterred by the lockdown. You can still take on challenges for Sarcoma UK from home. 

If your event has been cancelled or postponed, this is the one for you...

Going the distance

Virtual Distances

Are you dreaming of the day when you’ll be able to travel again and climb some of the world’s most spectacular mountains? Join #TeamSarcoma at home, at the park, or on the streets and climb Mount Kilimanjaro. 

Virtual Fun

Fundraising while the country is locked down is challenging but not impossible. It's also heaps of fun...

Virtual Dinner Party

A great way to share a meal with friends and family whilst making a difference to the lives of people affected by sarcoma.

Celebrity chef, Brian Turner, has created a very special Sarcoma UK menu to get your taste buds tingling!