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Play2Give (P2G) is a Didcot-based award-winning fundraising organisation.
Founded in September 2007 by former St Birinus School pupil Andrew Baker BCAv, honoured with a British Citizen Award in 2017 and who has raised over £175,000, we support, raise money and awareness for a catalogue of Oxfordshire charities.
We started out life as just a football tournament, but now we organise a wide range of events and campaigns all year round, to make a real difference. In 2017 we celebrated our tenth anniversary. Read all about us
Boundary Park - Home of the Play2Give Superheroes
We have lots of exciting charity events for 2019. Check out Events for more
We are delighted to support many local charities:
HELP US FUNDRAISE £5K FOR A FAMILY ROOM AT RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE
We want to raise £5,000 to fund a family room for the family accommodation suite within the Oxford Children's Hospital! We want to see the vision of the brand-new Ronald McDonald House come to fruition by Summer 2020. With your help you can help us reach this goal!
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
MEET OUR INSPIRATIONAL FOUNDER AND SOHA HOUSING'S 'COMMUNITY CHAMPION OF THE YEAR 2019' ANDREW BAKER BCAV. ANDY FOUNDED US IN 2007, BEEN FUNDRAISING SINCE 2003 AND HAS NOW RAISED OVER £175,000! READ MORE ABOUT MR PLAY2GIVE
Play2Give at the Emergency Services Fun Day
Saturday August 31
Boundary Park, Didcot
Our Superheroes will be down at Boundary Park supporting the Emergency Services Family Fun Day raising money and awareness for mental health charities. Come splat our heroes in the stocks or have your Selfie with a Superhero for donations.
BOOK NOW for the Play2Give Black-tie Ball 2019
*Whilst tickets remain*
Award-winning Didcot-based Fundraising Organisation Established 2007 Changing, Transforming & Saving Lives across Oxfordshire