- Over 150 student fundraisers will be on the streets of London raising vital funds for Meningitis Research Foundation
- Students in fancy dress from 10 different universities around the country convene for 48 hours of bucket collecting mayhem
- Running totals will be released over two days
- Help us beat last year’s total of nearly £49,000
Over 150 students from 10 universities around the country will take part in London’s biggest street collection to raise funds for Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF).
MRF’s ‘London Loot’ has established itself as one of the biggest student fundraising events in the country, and London’s biggest student megaraid, attracting volunteers from across the UK. The team takes over the city of London – underground and over ground – for two days to ask Londoners to help defeat meningitis.
Last year’s London Loot raised almost £49,000 in under 48 hours.
The money raised during London Loot will help fund research and promote education and awareness of meningitis and septicaemia. It will also be used to provide direct support to people affected, including families who have lost loved ones and survivors who had to have limbs amputated.