What better way to fundraise than to involve the children in a day of Italian cultural exploration! Consider asking parents to give their children donations to bring in so that they can wear their own clothes or even partake in Italian fancy dress for the day! The day can consist of lessons on Italian history, language and culture as well as the most important event, an Italian lunch! Teachers and pupils alike will love the choice of pizza, pasta, garlic bread, all topped off with a classic scoop of Italian gelato!
Whether you are a fan of chocolate, rum & raisin or simply vanilla, everyone loves an ice cream which makes it a perfect fundraising solution. Setting up your own ice cream stall can feel like a lot of work, especially when you are trying to stop the ice cream from melting, however, there is a solution! There are many Ice Cream Vans available for hire at no cost to yourself! Ice Cream Vans for hire, offer great commission rates and are more than happy to make a generous donation to your cause via a flat fee or percentage of the takings.
When it comes to fundraising, you’ll find that parents will be more than happy to get involved if it’s for a good cause. Ironing is one of the more mundane tasks of life, but it can be made fun if you find a group of parents and even teachers who are willing to take home some extra laundry for a good cause. You’ll find plenty of people more than happy to part with their cash to avoid spending their Sunday evening ironing school uniforms!
If you are planning a fundraising event and trying to think of stalls and events for the day, you may want to consider hiring an illustrator! Whilst Artist can’t be expected to work for ‘exposure’, there are many that would be more than happy to donate their time and services for a good cause. By creating personalised illustrations for attendees of your event and charging a flat fee, the artist can decide whether to donate a percentage or a set amount of each commission to your fundraiser.
Sports day is always a fun event for parents and children alike and more importantly, fun is a great incentive to get people involved. By asking pupils to bring in donations in aid of the day, you’ll quickly be able to raise funds, plus you won’t have to incur any costs as you can use sports equipment at the school. Don’t be afraid to reach out to local businesses and ask them if they would be willing to donate a prize. Not only will they be helping a good cause, but their business will receive exposure, particularly if a local paper reports on the event.