The Smile of Arran Trust focusses on running 3 fundraising events during the year. Our charity ball held at the White Hart, Great Yeldham, the Isle of Arran 100km walk and the Smile Festival hosted at Sudbury football club.
You can see photographs of these fundraising events through the links below.
Business culture and example to employees is essential if businesses are going to realise their potential as being a force for social good. The Trust continually looks for companies and individuals to support our charity and the events arranged throughout the year. If you would like to support the charity we would be interested in talking to you.
Why not sponsor or come and get involved with one of our annual events, or if you want to create your own event and would like to discuss it further with us, you can get in touch through our contacts page.
Run, walk, cycle or create your own fundraising page for your own events by registering through our fundraising pages on BT Donate or Virgin Money Giving. If you would like to advertise your event or fundraising through our social media, or you would like support or ideas for your event, then you can get in touch with our fundraising committee through the contacts page.
You can donate goods or services that can be auctioned by the charity to the highest bidder on eBay.
Promote our cause
Raise awareness for our charity and highlight the importance of brain tumour and brain cancer research and the need for support to individuals and families dealing with a brain tumour or brain cancer.
Review our donations page to look at the methods of how you can donate to the charity.
# Arran Walk 2018
Join in the 66 mile walk around the Isle of Arran. The event takes place over 5 days and takes in the beauty and hospitality of the Isle.
# Charity Ball
An annual event in Great Yeldham organised in partnership with The White Hart Hotel, with live music, great food and location including our charity auction.
# Smile Festival
First of an annual Music Festival held at AFC Sudbury to support brain tumour awareness. You can see more photo’s on the SmileFestival page.