Fundraise for Guts UK

Every bake sale, run, or head shave enables us to be there for those with digestive diseases. Every walk, sky-dive or climb takes us one step closer to getting to grips with guts. Whatever you decide to do, thank you.

Discover how we can support you, and some fantastic ways our community have helped the UK get to grips with guts!

(Left) Picture of our fundraising packs. We will personalise your fundraising pack to what you need - from banners, to collection tubs, it's up to you! (Middle) How our team will support you: 1) fantastic fundraising packs with your very own 'guts gear.' 2) We'll share your fundraising efforts on our social media pages. 3) We're here to talk and help with anything else you need. (Right) a picture of Team Guts UK with an arrow pointing to us saying call our team on 0207 486 0341 to chat about your fundraising ideas!

Get in touch today about your fundraising ideas!

Georgie and Nikki

Both of Georgie’s parents, Nikki and David were diagnosed with pancreatitis. Sadly, the family lost David in 2019. They found Guts UK in 2021, they held a beauty sale for us and shared their powerful story for our Kranky Panky campaign.

Picture of Georgie and Nikki in their Guts UK tops with their dog. Quote reads "It has been such a privilege to raise both money and awareness for this small, but mighty charity. I hope to continue to raise awareness for pancreatitis far and wide."

Alia, Agnieszka & Cassius

Alia suffers with achalasia. Agnieszka and Cassius, her parents, wanted to fundraise Guts UK after receiving support from us. They decided to donate a percentage of their sales from their business, Mysticbrews, throughout achalasia awareness month. Find out how you can support Guts UK in your workplace.

Picture of Agnieszka, Alia and Cassius all smiling and laughing in their Guts UK t-shirts. Quote reads "we don't want other families to experience the same tramua we did."


Dean took on the London to Brighton bike ride for us in memory of his mum after losing her to stomach cancer. This is one of many events you can get involved with for our charity, you can even organise your own!

Picture of Dean in his Guts UK cycling vest with his medal after completing the London to Brighton bike ride. Another picture of Dean and his mum smiling and holding hands. Quote reads "I wanted to do this to help this charity with cases like this so ir may not end the same way for another person."


Colin is fascinated by the gut microbiome. He decided to take on 20 walks over 20 weekends for Guts UK. The more he learnt about Guts UK’s work, the more rewarding his challenge became.

Picture of Colin in his Guts UK t-shirt smiling and his hands in the air. Quote reads "The more I read of the great work [Guts UK are doing] the more rewarding these walks are."


Paige decided to donate her birthday to Guts UK after losing her nan. Donating your birthday is a great way of showing your friends and family a charity that is close to your heart.

Picture of Paige pointing to her Guts UK t-shirt. Quote reads "I decided to donate my birthday money to Guts UK because raising awareness and supporting research surrounding gut issues is so important to me, since we lost our nan as a result of these."

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