Thank You Day

We all have someone to say thank you to this year. Let’s get together and make Sunday 4th July the UK’s biggest ever thank you party!

Are you in?

Start Planning Your Thank You Day!

There’s an exciting menu of activities you can get involved in this Thank You Day.

Take part in one of the below, or create your own – you decide!


Join the parkrun event and a thank you picnic brunch for volunteers, friends and families. 


Take part in the UK’s Power Hour litter pick with Keep Britain Tidy to say thank you to your local environment for keeping us sane during lockdown.


Street party or picnic? You decide! Share friendship, food and fun to say thank you with your neighbours and community with a Big Lunch.


Thank you for the Music! Dust of your instruments and warm up those vocal chords. Play or sing-a-long in a UK wide performance with your friends, local community or music group! 


Cheers for volunteers! Join us to raise a glass or a mug to everyone who has helped us through the past year by giving their time.


BB-Thank-Q! The nation’s biggest ever Cook Out led by Levi Roots. Share a BBQ with your neighbours and friends.

AND… every school across the UK is invited to create a piece of Charlie Mackesy’s giant national thank you card!

£1000 grants to bring your Thank You Day to life!

Virgin Media O2 have launched the Together Fund – £500,000 for community projects that help bring people together. Closing Monday 14th June, so apply now! 

Latest Posts

Host a Tartan Tea Party!

People across Scotland (and those with a love of tartan in the rest of the UK) are hosting a Tartan Tea Party for Thank You Day! It will be TEA-rrific!  (sorry). Supported by Chest Heart Stroke Scotland.

Sport Unites for Thank You Day

Gary Lineker writes for The Sun about how organisations across sport are uniting to say thank you to the fans, coaches, players, groundskeepers and everyone who’s kept sport going through the last year.

Ross Kemp kicks off Cheers for Volunteers

Ross Kemp swaps the Queen Vic for The Volunteer pub in Regents Park, taking pandemic volunteers for a well-deserved drink and launching “Cheers for Volunteers”.

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