Community and Individuals Fundraising

Community and Individuals Fundraising



We feel very lucky to be so well supported by our local community. 

A great example of this is that we are fortunate to be the chosen charity of Nick Rivett Sport’s free weekly running club, The Run Squad, Church Road, Hove.  They raised £11000 in 2015 for us through running, partying and all sorts, in 2016 they hope to raise another  £14000.  One of The Run Squad members, Magda, ran four marathons for us last year and this year is running another four, has organised a team of runners to run the South Downs Way 100miles  and will be running Park Run in her Police Uniform. Teamwork Makes the Dreamwork and it really does.  This makes us feel so wonderfully well supported, not just with the fundraising and awareness raising, but the knowledge that there are people out there willing to go to such great lengths to help us help our children unlock their potential.  If you think you can support Whoopsa100  in any way or have any fundraising ideas of your own, please get in touch

Please visit our justgiving page to see some of the other incredible individual stories and maybe get ideas of how you can help or have a look at our Facebook page 


Whoopsadaisy Bears


Long term volunteer and current trustee, Helen Palmer, has been making bears for Whoopsadaisy, raising awareness and thousands of pounds in the process.  The bears have their own facebook page  There is a selection of bears at the Whoopsadaisy Pavilion.  If you would like to own a bear in exchange for a donation to Whoopsadaisy or for Helen to make you a bear to order, please contact Helen direct at  Bears 13 and 14