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If none of our other fundraising ideas take your fancy and you haven’t crafted a unique idea of your own, here’s a few more easy ways to collect much needed money for vital research:

  • Coffee Morning or Cake Sale – a perfect way to enjoy ‘elevenses’ and a good catch-up
  • Instant Funds – pick a day and ask all your colleagues to bring a pound to work
  • Race Night – here’s a great website about how to organise one www.racenight.me.uk
  • Car boot Sale – sell all your unwanted and unused items
  • University Challenge – pitch two teams against each other like in the TV show
  • Lunch Money – ask colleagues to bring in homemade lunches & donate the money saved
  • Auction of Promises – ask people to donate a gift, or promise of their time for auction
  • Theme Day / Night – lighten up the winter months and hold a themed event
  • Ice Cream Stall – fill up the freezer and sell delicious cones around your office
  • Open Day – if you’ve got a colourful garden, open it for people to admire for a donation
  • Night In – stay in on a Saturday night and donate the money you save
  • Fancy Dress – any event involving dressing-up is a great way to raise much needed funds
  • Organise a Charity Golf Day
  • Utilise the talents of family and friends to come up with a unique fundraising idea
  • No Smoking – get friends and colleagues to sponsor you for giving up cigarettes
  • Dress Down Day – your colleagues can come to work in jeans for a small donation
  • All Day Event – ask a local pub or venue to hold a sponsored event like darts or bridge
  • Tombola – get some raffle tickets and persuade friends and colleagues to donate prizes
  • Invite – an ‘expert’ or local wine dealer to do a tasting and collect donations from drinkers
  • Of course you can always do a sponsored run, swim, bike ride or skydive etc!
  • No Drinking – feel great by giving up booze for a few weeks & ask people to sponsor you.

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