Why not organise your own event – a colour run, special birthday, wedding, bake off or perhaps something a little more non-traditional? Raising funds to help vulnerable children in Malawi is a great way to combine your learning, have some fun along the way and know that you are truly making a difference to the education of vulnerable children. There are lots of fun ideas to be had from bake sales, a sponsored silence to non-uniform days – what will you do?
If you have something to celebrate, perhaps consider marking the occasion by asking for donations for Sparkle rather than gifts. Whatever you choose to do – have fun along the way and raise vital funds to support vulnerable children in Malawi.
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Aerobics class – Why not set up an online session and get your friends and family to make a donation to join in the fun?
Birthday – Celebrate by asking friends and family to ‘gift’ a donation to Sparkle in honour of your birthday.
Climb – Ask for sponsorship to climb the equivalent of landmarks….on your stairs.
Dinner party – Pick a theme, get everyone together and ask your guests to sponsor the cost of the meal.
Easter – Arrange an Easter egg hunt, always a popular one!
Football – Game of 5-aside anyone? Or a full-on match day with penalty shoot-outs?
Give It Up – Why not give something up and get people to sponsor you – what will it be? Chocolate, smoking, cakes?
Halloween – Lots of fun to be had here – fancy dress for a dress-down day at work perhaps?
International Day – As an international charity, why not support Sparkle with an international day? A Malawi day or perhaps recognising one of the international days such as World Health Day.
Jokes – One for the younger generation here, children love to tell jokes – sponsored joke telling session?
Knitting – Ever-popular, knit and sell to raise funds.
Livestream – A great way to share your hobbies with friends and family, have some virtual shared time together and raise funds at the same time.
Matched Giving – Don’t forget to ask your employer if they will match the funds you raise.
Nearly new sale – Having a clear out? Arrange a nearly new sale or sell on an online platform.
Open gardens – Showcase your love of gardening and invite friends and family round for a small donation. Perhaps even a cup of tea too……
Pancakes – Cook, eat, race – the choice is yours.
Quiz night – An ever–popular activity. Choose your location or hold a virtual event. Perhaps have a section on Malawi?
Running – Organise your own running event or join a Sparkle event – which will it be?
Skydiving – One for the adrenaline junkies out there.
Telethon – Organise your own telethon, get your friends and family to perform and ask for sponsorship along the way.
Uniform free day – One for schools here or perhaps a fun twist on a work dress-down day.
Vintage – So popular at the moment, organise your own vintage sale or perhaps you have the knack of finding hidden treasures online which you can re-sell and donate funds.
Walk – Set yourself a target and off you go. Ask your friends and family to join in – what will it be, 5k? 10k? Or a sponsored virtual walk to Malawi perhaps?
X-Factor – Organise your own talent competition and find out which of your friends and family have hidden talents?
Year – Lots of options here – from committing to doing something for a whole year or perhaps you will give something up for a year.
Zip Wire – Another one for the adrenaline junkies out there. There are zip wires centres around the UK – find one that is local to you and even get a group together to add to the excitement.