Fundraising tips and hacks for your Charity Skydive Challenge. GoRaise can help you find the funds to take your donations to the next level.
|wdt_ID||Fundraising idea||Fundraising type||Potential||Time required|
|1||Bring and Buy||Event||High||A bit|
|2||Come Dine with Me||Event||High||Fair|
|3||Car Boot Sales||Event||High||A bit|
|4||Yard Sales||Community||Medium||A bit|
|5||Bacon Buddy Breakfast||Social Media||High||A bit|
|6||125 Fundraising Ideas||Community||High||A bit|
If people are moaning about the 8am meeting you’ve all been booked into, seize the opportunity for some fundraising! Use the office kitchen to cook up some bacon sandwiches (and a vegetarian/halal alternative) then offer them up to your colleagues for a set donation. Subtract the cost of the ingredients from whatever you raise, then give the rest to charity.
These could take the form of a race, a guess the baby photo contest, a quiz night, a talent contest, a raffle or any of a hundred other fun ideas.
Ask your team to bring in any unwanted items from home that are still in good condition – clothes, books, DVDs, board games, and children’s toys are all great for this. Price all the items up, book a room for your pop-up store, and invite everyone along for some second-hand shopping. If you’ve got any items left at the end of the day, donate them to a charity shop so that they can benefit too.
Take advantage of departmental rivalry and ask each team to host a lunch. Everyone who joins in can give a donation and rate the lunch out of 10. At the end of the week, tally up the totals and announce the winning team.
It may not be an original idea, but it sure is popular. Organise a cake morning and bring along delicious treats to sell to friends and family.
A great opportunity for the whole group to have a good clear out, a car boot sale can help raise funds. If you have grounds, then why not use them to host sales for the local community, with the club keeping the stall fees.
If you are doing something specific check out our fundraising hacks collection for lots of tips on how to make the most of your supporters and keep giving fatigue at bay.