CRY Events & Places

This event will be held for the second time in 2017 as part of the Prudential RideLondon festival of cycling. …Read more

Event Write-ups

On Friday 21st November, St Giles R.C Primary School, Cheadle held a non-uniform day to raise money in memory of …Read more

Upcoming Events

Cycle 395km from Madagascar’s colourful capital, Antananarivo to the beautiful shores of the charming and idyllic Foulpointe beach on this …Read more

Challenge Events

If you want to combine fundraising for CRY with a once-in-a-lifetime challenge, then perhaps one of these events could be for you!

Get Involved

Organise an event If you would like to organise a fundraising event for CRY, please register online here. Or if you …

Parachute Jumps

Have you ever wanted to feel the exhilaration of a parachute jump from 10,000ft or more? Parachute jump events are organised on CRY’s behalf by the events company Skyline. . .

Merchandise

There is a wide range of CRY merchandise available to buy, plus a selection of items that can be borrowed from CRY for fundraising events. CRY also distributes literature and posters free of charge to...

Other Fundraising Schemes

We are always on the lookout for good fundraising ideas and initiatives, and a number of schemes are currently in place as novel ways to raise money for Cardiac Risk in the Young…

Proceeds to CRY

CRY supporters’ books, songs and various other products where some or all of the proceeds from sales will be donated to CRY.
If you wish to support CRY in this way and would like to discuss your product / proposal with us…

Raising Awareness
CRY distributes literature and posters free of charge to anyone who would like them. Download the order form
How the donation is used

Where the money goes All money raised for CRY goes straight into CRY Core Funding. Many families who have suffered …

About CRY
Every week in the UK at least 12 young people die of undiagnosed heart conditions. To reduce the frequency of young sudden cardiac death (also know as Sudden Death Syndrome and SADS) CRY promotes and Continue reading →