Fundraise for us, it’s easy!


By 2039 the number of people aged 85+ in the UK will double.
The challenge for society is how to make the most of these extra years of life and create a society that works for everyone.

Magic Me does this by connecting the generations.

Magic Me, cocktail party © 2013 Chiara Ceolin

We rely on voluntary donations to support our work and receive no funding from the government.
Your support will help young and older people, many living in difficult circumstances, to meet and become good neighbours and friends through art projects. Whether you are running a marathon, would like to collect donations for a wedding list or celebrate the memory of someone close to you, we can support you in this.

Here are a few ways you can raise money for us
Local to Tower Hamlets
The Big Half Marathon
The Tough Mudder

London & National
Prudential Ride in London
National & Three Peak Challenges
Thames Path Challenge
London to Paris Bike Ride

Other suggestions
Digital Detox Day: Download the How to Guide here
Hold a Pub Quiz: Download the How to Guide here
Hold a Cake Sale: Download the How to Guide here
Organise a Dress Down Day: Download the How to Guide here

Kaileigh, Becki and Nikki ran the Brighton Marathon for us in April.

Previous fundraisers have ran marathons, hiked and took part in the Tough Mudder. To read their stories, click here.

We’re here to help you in your fundraising. Just drop a line to our Fundraising Coordinator Imogen (at ) or call 020 3222 6064 and we can provide you with logos and publicity photos, social media support as well as participant quotes and stories to enable you to tell people why they should sponsor you or give to your fundraising effort. You can set up a fundraising page for us with Local Giving.

Magic Me is a wonderful charity. My Nan now lives alone, so I understand the importance of bringing elderly people together in social situations. I firmly believe that life is all about our connections with other people and the positive impact we can have on each other’s lives. 

Robbie Kings, Marathon Runner