Potterhead Running Club’s next event is inspired by Quidditch and supports a charity that governs real-life Muggle quidditch in the United States.
The Harry Potter Alliance needs your votes to decide on a new name. Fandoms unite!
Potterhead Running Club’s second event of the year is now live. Join the virtual event Chocolate Jog 7K to support the work of the charity Dentaid.
Help this seven-year-old boy raise funds through challenges in order to support charities and get his girlfriend with cancer the treat day that every “Harry Potter” fan deserves.
Jack Thorne, the playwright of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” has given a generous six-figure sum to charity after matching the donations given by the online audiences of his adaptation of “A Christmas Carol.”
You can support the incredible work of the charity the Adult Literacy League by completing the No Post on Runday 5K alongside thousands of other Potterheads.
The Protego Foundation has launched a new Protect the Puffs campaign in an aim to end the horrific badger cull that kills thousands of badgers in the United Kingdom every year.
Oliver Dall has raised over £1,000 for a children’s charity by completing a marathon dressed as Dobby the house-elf and raffling a model of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
To commemorate Human Rights Day, we’re looking at some of the charitable causes MuggleNet has worked with and promoted over the years.