There are so many ways children and schools can fundraise to help families facing dementia. If you need some inspiration have a look at our A-Z of ideas below, or get in touch with our friendly community and events team.
Once you’ve decided what you want to do, please let us know so we can support you with advice and materials. Call 020 7697 4052, email email@example.com or complete our short registration form. Please note, if you’re under 18, a parent or guardian will need to get in touch on your behalf.
Arts and Crafts – Embrace your creativity and make seasonal decorations to sell
Disco – Sell tickets and get your dancing shoes on!
Easter Egg Hunt
Fayre – Easter, summer and Christmas are all great times to hold a fayre
Give it Up – How long could you go without chocolate or crisps? Ask family and friends to sponsor you to give something up for a day, a week, or a month
Ice Cream Sale
Joke-athon – Tell a joke in return for a donation
Loose change – Ask pupils and staff to donate the loose change in their pockets
Mile a Day – Challenge yourself to run a mile a day, and ask for sponsorship from family and friends
Non-uniform Day – Let pupils wear their own clothes for a day, in return for a £1 donation
Olympics – Put on your own Olympics at school. Set an entry price for each event and award a prize to the winner of each category
Penalty Shootout – Test your teachers’ goal keeping skills!
Quiz – As well as entry fees, there are lots of ways to raise money during the quiz such as by selling food and drinks
Raffle – Ask local business for prizes and hold a raffle. Get in touch to check our raffle guidelines
Sponsored Silence – Ask for sponsorship from family and friends to be silent for a set period of time. You could do it with friends and award a prize to whoever can stay silent longest!
Unwanted Sale– Gather your unwanted toys and books and have a table top sale
Variety Show – Give pupils and teachers a chance to showcase their talents, and raise money by selling tickets to the show
Walk to School – Challenge yourself to walk to school every day, and ask for sponsorship from family and friends
X Box – Organise a sponsored 24 hour gaming challenge