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to ask you all for fundraising ideas because no one on chat will give me any

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llamageddon Sat 16-Nov-13 21:05:18

What are your best fundraisers that raised the most but cost you least to hold?


SarahAndFuck Sun 17-Nov-13 10:06:06

Pie and peas bingo night or quiz night went quite well too.

Helenagrace Sun 17-Nov-13 11:12:05

The best school fundraisers I've done have been to invite an entertainer / magician to do an after school show. They give us a good price because it's free advertising for them. We charge £3 and give the children a drink and a biscuit and we make £200 each time. Hardly any effort and parents like it because it's cheap and minimal effort for them (just pick up an hour later).

CuriosityCola Sun 17-Nov-13 12:55:09

Alternative race night for parents is always good fun. Normally raises about £3000 after costs (paying the event holder). Throw in a raffle and some pre race games.

uhOhOhDear Sun 17-Nov-13 13:05:49

Sponsored litter pick in local area. Very popular!

RooRooTaToot Sun 17-Nov-13 18:07:38

Carol singing at a railway station or supermarket is lucrative at this time of year.

sugar4eva Sun 17-Nov-13 21:40:47

Clothes swap party ; we rented a room in local pub and asked people to donate unwanted clothes - then you pay for what you buy ; we had about a hundred folk and made several hundred pounds.

llamageddon Mon 18-Nov-13 13:28:43

Thanks everyone these are really good ideas! Small amount to raise compared to some amounts I've seen on here, only £2000. But extremely small school in a not very wealthy area. Love the sponsored head shave idea! Thank you Curiosity for the PM smile

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