Jesuit Missions 11 Edge Hill ,
SW19 4LR Wimbledon,

Fundraise for Jesuit Missions

Your donations make our work possible. Jesuit Missions is grateful for your ongoing support. There are many diverse and fun ways to provide this financial lifeline. Here are some suggestions, but we are sure that you have a host of additional ideas. If you are planning a fundraising event for Jesuit Missions let us know!

Fundraising ideas:

Run in the London Marathon

Regional Events e.g. Kilt Walk and Great Northern Run

Themed bake sales/ coffee mornings/ baking contests

Gifts in lieu – instead of receiving gifts for special occasions, such as birthdays, weddings or anniversaries, you can ask loved ones to make a gift to Jesuit Mission on your behalf. This is a meaningful and impactful way to celebrate your special occasion by helping people in need.

Charity auction of gifts and talents – Can you bake a delicious cheesecake or knit an amazing jumper. Auction off your talents!

Car boot sales


Quiz nights

Non-uniform days in schools/ casual dress Fridays in the office

50p mile

Solidarity meals

Summer fete

Send us your best fundraising ideas!


Mount St Mary’s walk to Amarillo

Mount St Mary’s College and Barlborough Hall School showed initiative in fundraising for Jesuit Missions by attempting to walk the equivalent distance from North East Derbyshire to Amarillo, Texas.

While the challenge, of some almost 4700 miles, may sound like a big one, pupils and staff at the school are hoping to reach the target by adding all their miles together and raising funds as they go. Pupils, parents, staff and friends of the school are attempting to walk from Spinkhill, where Mount St Mary’s College is situated, to Amarillo, via Barlborough.

The challenge was launched with a video recorded in school in the style of Tony Christie and Peter Kaye starring Mount Trust Chief Executive Gareth Chapman and Mount St Mary’s College’s Deputy Headmaster Jack Murphy.

“We’re fundraising for Jesuit Missions because we believe it’s important that in the midst of our own struggles and challenges with Covid-19 we remember that there are many people in the world less fortunate than us and who are facing greater challenges,” said Jack.

“We chose to walk because it is an inclusive form of exercise, something which we can all do in lockdown. Moreover, walking alongside each other, even virtually, seemed like a good form of companionship, reminding ourselves that we walk alongside each person in support and friendship.”

You can find more out about the school’s challenge by visiting where details of the school’s JustGiving page are also available.