Top 5 fundraising tips

Posted on the 17th January 2018

Want to raise money to support WellChild, but not sure where to start? Our fundraising team have shared their top 5 tips on successful fundraising.

Already have an idea? Request a fundraising pack here.

1. The icing on the cake…

Here’s a fundraiser to really whet your appetite! Throw a bake sale at work, school or gather some of your friends for a coffee morning? After all, who doesn’t love cake? Ready, set…bake!

2. Party time…

Are you the life and soul of the party? Invite your friends round and have a big bash in aid of WellChild. Pop on your party hats, bring out those party games and ask your guests to dig deep for WellChild!

3. Roll the dice…

How about a trip down memory lane? Get out your old children’s classics and have a games night. Invite family and friends to come along and ask everyone to donate.

Rob has been running a board games fundraising event for WellChild for the last three years and has raised over £2,600! Find out about his upcoming event in Sheffield here >>

4. Quiz night…

Hold a quiz night at your local pub or village hall with all proceeds going to WellChild. Why not put on some entertainment too and make a night of it.

5. Dress to impress…

Why not get you and your colleagues to dress up for the day. Pick a theme. Superheroes? Favourite film character? What you wanted to be when you grew up!? Or dress head to toe in WellChild purple. Get people donating in order to take part. Pick the theme and watch the donations pour in!

Want to take on a WellChild challenge instead? We’ve got lots to choose from here >>

Still not sure what to do? Our fundraising team is bursting with fundraising ideas. Give us a call at 01242 530007 or email fundraising@wellchild.org.uk.

 

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