Fundraise at School
You’re never too young to take part in some fun activities and make a big difference while you are doing it. Whether you’re dressing down or dressing up, having a bake or book sale or a sports day, there are lots of ways for your school to get involved.
Once you have chosen your fundraiser, get in touch with our team at [email protected]
They’ll support you every step of the way, from sending you the necessary marketing materials to helping you pay in your fundraising.
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A-Z of Fundraising Ideas
Art Competition – have a competition between classes or invite parents to an art show.
Book Sale – encourage students to bring in books they have finished reading and sell them for £1.
Christmas Ornaments – have your students make and sell their own Christmas ornaments.
Dance Off – transform a classroom into a school disco and charge for tickets.
Egg & Spoon Race – have some good old-fashioned fun and ask participants to pay £1 per play.
Football match – have a good old five-a-side tournament with your classes and ask parents to sponsor.
Guess How Many – Fill a jar with sweets and ask for £1 per guess of how many are in there.
Hula Hoop Challenge – see which student or class can hula the longest.
International Food Day – travel the world while staying local – each student can bring in a dish.
Jump Rope Marathon – students can collect sponsorship to see how long they can jump rope for.
Kids Quiz – have a student-friendly version of a quiz night.
Lego Competition – who can build the biggest and best with the little bricks.
Music Concert – host a concert for parents with your school’s budding musicians.
Non-Uniform Day – why not pay a pound to dress down?
Obstacle Course – turn your school’s gymnasium or playground into Total Wipeout.
Playing Field Olympics – host everything from cross-country to sprinting.
Quiet Time – hold a sponsored silence and see how long the class can last.
Readathon – encourage students to read for pleasure and raise money for a good cause.
Sports Day – have a sponsored sports day and have classes compete for first place.
Talent Show – let students showcase their talents in front of their classmates and parents.
Uniform Day – encourage students to dress up as they want to be when they grow up.
Valentine’s Day Celebrations – sell candygrams at school so students can wish their friends a good day.
Wear It Red! – get your students to show their support and raise funds for THS!
X-Marks the Spot – host a scavenger hunt in the classroom or on the school grounds.
Yoga – turn the gymnasium into a yoga class for kids.
Zzzzz – Hold a sponsored sleepover at school.