Founded in 2007 Play2Give is a Didcot-based fundraising organisation supporting, raising money and awareness for many Oxfordshire charities.
Created by Andrew Baker BCAv, we won 'The Charity of the Year' Award at the Thames Valley Business & Community Awards 2020 and earnt recognition from the Prime Minister.
PATRONS ~ WINSTON ELLIS & MP DAVID JOHNSTON OBE
Originally set up as a football tournament, P2G now organises and runs a wide range of fundraising events and campaigns all year round and now providing pamper hampers to make a real difference. In 2017 we celebrated our tenth anniversary and so far we have raised close to £229K! Read all about us
Danceathon with the Angels raises nearly £1,500!
Young dancers showed off their moves to help boost charity with a two-and-a-half hour Danceathon. Angels Performing Arts dance school in Didcot raised just under £1,500 to keep children in Didcot dancing by supporting the charity Off the... Read more
MEET OUR INSPIRATIONAL FOUNDER ANDREW BAKER BCAV. ANDY FOUNDED US IN 2007, HAS TIRELESSLY FUNDRAISED SINCE 2003 AND NOW RAISED OVER £243K! READ MORE ABOUT MR PLAY2GIVE
We are delighted to support many local charities:
HELP US SUPPORT OUR NHS HEROES AT OXFORD CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
With your help, our continued fundraising for the Oxford Children's Hospital will help us to fund cutting edge medical equipment above and beyond standard NHS, help improve the environment and comfort for the youngest of patients and their families and provide research and toys and entertainment to help make young people's stay in hospital brighter and more comfortable.
HELP US TO HELP FUND THE NEW 62-BEDROOMED RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE AT OXFORD JOHN RADCLIFFE HOSPITAL
Help us to help make the Oxford House a Home Appeal. We are focusing our fundraising in 2020 towards helping raise the final £1million to fit and furnish the new 62-bedroom Ronald McDonald House at Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital, so that even more families can stay closer to their sick child. The new facility, due to open in May 2020, needs our help.
Headway Oxfordshire support people affected by acquired brain injury across Oxfordshire. From providing therapeutic services to compliment rehabilitation, Headway has been providing care, support and support services in the community since 1988. FIND OUT MORE