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Or other group – organise a themed disco and charge for tickets.
Scale the dizzy heights of a local landmark or office block for sponsorship. Make sure you alert the press!
Put the kettle on and get baking. Invite friends and family, neighbours and children. Entertain guests with raffles, auctions, tombolas and live music.
Ask everyone you know for unwanted belongings & hold a sale evening.
Auction off original items, taking a percentage of sales.
Fundraise the sophisticated way. Organise a themed ball with DJ or live music at a hotel/ nightclub. Charge for tickets and boost your totals with games and raffles.
Make badges to sell at a school stall, craft fair, or at the front reception desk at work, or just to friends, family, parents, and neighbours from your house!
Add music, football and rounders’ bats and make it a whole day’s event.
If you have beard, get sponsored to shave it off for the Eden Dora Trust!
Players pay to enter this game and they win a prize by scoring a goal. Ask businesses, supermarkets or even friends to donate prizes.
Sell old books, collected from everyone you know. Book dealers may buy leftover stock.
Bring items and buy items! Hold a raffle, tombola and cake stall to boost funds.
Cash in your old belongings, or sell pitches. Raise more with bouncy castles, raffles, etc.
Nothing beats a car wash in the warm summer months.
Organise groups of friends to go door-to-door singing carols at Christmas time. Make sure to carry your money collection boxes and leaflets to promote The Eden Dora Trust. Sell roasted chestnuts or honey-roasted nuts in little bags to boost sales.
Organise children’s parties or activities.
It’s open house for the morning. Make extra with raffles, bring and buy sales and cake stalls.
Collect a donation for your colleagues to dress casual for the day.
This is a popular fair activity to organise at your next school fair or charity week.
Jazz up your event with a fancy dress contest. Charge entrance fee.
Sell off all your unwanted belongings.
Another excuse to dress up and party. Charge entrance fees and raise money trick or treating, or by Halloween games.
Another easy fundraiser for schools. Buy some beads and string and get students threading! Sell the products at markets or craft fairs or at school reception. Make sure to advertise well with plenty of posters.
How low can you go and how much money can you make from it! Provide food and drink at an extra cost and hold a sweepstake.
Put together a group of people to go litter picking in the local area. Charge businesses and organisations to clean up their property.
Invite everyone you know to compete in traditional & silly sports. Charge entry.
Get flipping on Shrove Tuesday. Charge teams to enter, and spectators to eat.
A quick and easy fundraiser for children. Challenge them to make the best paper plane and award prizes for the one that wins. Charge a small entry fee.
Daredevils only. Get sponsored to take the plunge.
Pick a venue, a date, a theme… and party on. Sell tickets and charge for extras like food.
Charge entrants to compete on the most popular games. Offer prizes to the players who remain on top and crown the champion.
Organise a school-wide sponsored silence for students and plan lessons which can be conducted silently. Alternatively, organise a sponsored silence for the teachers and get the students to sponsor them!
Schedule fixtures and charge teams to enter. Ask local businesses for prizes. Sell raffle tickets to supporters to raise even more money. Spice it up a bit by asking your teams to play in fancy dress.
Mum’s the word. Stay silent for as long as you can.
Get sponsored per length, mile, minute, hour…
Indoor variation on the car boot sale. Charge for table hire.
This fundraiser is especially effective in the run up to Christmas. Don’t forget to put out your collections tins to raise even more money.
Put on a variety show at your school, brownies, scouts or work- Comedians, magicians, singers, dancers, and musicians all under one roof. Charge for tickets and walk around audience with collection tins to raise more money.