Doughnut eating, bottle flipping, charity helping event :)

The Children's Trust, the UK's leading organisation for children with brain injury and neuro-disabilities provides rehabilitation services for adolescents and children who have experienced a brain injury. Each year, National Doughnut Week is held with the goal of raising money for this fantastic charity and this year Wolverhampton Students’ Union is getting involved.

What’s the Challenge?

Do you think you can flip a bottle? Get three goes at flipping a water bottle and landing it on its base – winners win a doughnut for every flip they land!  Free to play!


We can wrap up any doughnuts for you that you want to take away with you.

It would be great to see you there. Come and chat to some of our great Student Union student employees. Flip some bottles, have a coffee, support a charity – What’s not to like?!

Come to the Student Union space on 31st May to take part.

Refreshments will be available.

When :10am – 4pm on Wednesday 31st May

How can you get involved?

We are hoping you will donate as little as 50p to the Children’s Trust – you can do this at our event in cash or any time clicking on the image above. You don’t have to donate to play! Come along and have some fun!!

More about the Children’s Trust

The effects of brain injuries on children can be severe; they may no longer be able to walk, talk, stand, sit, or feed themselves. Each year, 40,000 children in the UK suffer brain injuries as a result of accidents or illnesses. By providing rehabilitation, education, and community services through qualified teams who work with children and their families, The Children's Trust seeks to help these individuals rebuild their abilities as well as their self-esteem.

We are encouraging all students to join in this nationally acclaimed event by taking part in the doughnut challenge. The National Doughnut Week's account will receive all funds raised through this plan, which will then be distributed to The Children's Trust. We will also set up tables in the SU area for the Doughnut Fest competition, where students compete to correctly flip or spin bottles in order to win doughnuts. To document the event and preserve it for posterity, photos and brief movies will be recorded.