Are you passionate about keeping children safe? Do you have a great idea, talent or skill? YOU can make a difference with these charity fundraising ideas.
If your hidden talent is baking, why not heat up the oven and hold a morning tea? If you’re motivated to get fit, why not train for a triathlon? If you’re ready to take a plunge, why not complete a sky diving challenge? By harnessing the support of your family, friends and community you can make a positive impact in the lives of children affected by violence and bullying.
These charity fundraising ideas can be FUN and EASY. Simply choose something you love and get your networks to sponsor you by making a donation.
Choose your activity – fun-run, movie night, BBQ - the choice is yours!
Scope your event – set yourself a budget, target, location and date.
Make it official – contact email@example.com to gain approval and receive your Letter of Authority to Fundraise.
Promote your fundraising – ask your networks to support you (you’ll be surprised how generous people can be).
FUNdraise – this is the fun part. Host your activity, have fun, raise awareness, collect donations and take lots of photos!
Share your success – get in touch with us and let us know how you went. We love to hear all about your fundraising activities. We provide each of our amazing fundraisers with a Certificate of Appreciation and love to share your stories with our supporters.
Below are 20 charity fundraising ideas that you can use to support us in our 20th year:
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