Love is in the air and we’re about to be surrounded by flowers, heart giving teddy bears and more chocolate than you could eat in a lifetime; yes, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner.
But if you’re not really into Valentine’s Day, you’re single or you just want to show as much love to as many people as possible, this is a great time to get fundraising.
All other fundraising must be with Walk the Walk before Monday 4th December 2017.
Failure to meet these deadlines may result in your Charity Place being cancelled.
hand bags, necklaces, etc Dinner party–ask your friends/family to come around for dinner and charge p/head Dollar for dollar–ask your boss to match what you raise Exhibitions–display your art, crafts and interests and charge an admission fee Fancy dress–get everyone to dress up in fancy dress, award prizes and collect donations Fun run–join in a fun run and ask your friends to sponsor you Games afternoon–get your friends together for an afternoon of board games, egg and spoon races, or wheelbarrow races...
There are many other fundraising ideas, so why not check out these pages to get you started, or create a unique idea of your own!
For Ballot places, there is no minimum fundraising amount, just unite with us against breast cancer, be loud and proud, get fit and have fun.
Whether you’re in a relationship or single, everyone loves a party, and when it’s raising funds for a good cause, everyone likes to do their bit. You could host a film night showing some of the most well-known romantic comedies, making it ideal for couples looking for something different; singles welcome of course.
So hire a local venue and turn everything red and ensure everyone wears something red. Or you could throw an ‘Anti-Valentine’s Day’ film night for those who aren’t too fond of the day.