Whilst we are practising social isolation, we have put together ideas that might leave you suitably inspired to fundraise from the comfort of your own home. If you have something in mind but can’t see it here just call us on 07385 172 423 or email [email protected] and we can help you get started!
'Learn with' sessions
Have a little fun and maybe help out some people who have two left feet with a dance session, or perhaps lead a yoga session or teach others how to knit. Within your social circle and beyond, there are bound to be some people who like to learn and who better to lead a session than you? Rope them in for instructing, sell some tickets, and let the learners mingle online and collect donations using a Facebook Fundraiser.
Every time someone in your household does something that is not eco-friendly (leaving the lights/computer on, leaving the taps running, printing unnecessary emails, using fresh papers for rough drafts) you could give them a small fine, which you can donate at the end of the month.
Turn your garden into a track and set a lap challenge, half-mile challenge or longer. You can Facebook live this for encouragement and to inspire donations.
Home Quiz via Facebook Live
Host a quiz with participants logging in via Facebook Live or Zoom. Participants can contribute via the JustGiving platform
Shave your head
You won’t be out as frequently, so what better time to fundraise by shaving your own locks. Stream the event live on Zoom.
What is your self isolation playlist? Why not create your own special Spotify Playlist, with songs added in return for donations made by friends.
Twitch Stream Tools
Engage your audience in fundraising, whilst streaming you can access live donation animations connected to your fundraising page, as well as special donation buttons for use on your Twitch profile
Fitbit Steps Fundraising
Donors are able to make their fundraising friends earn donations by getting their steps in.
Strava Running Fundraising
Every running mile tracked can earn donations pledged by donors.
Shop or sell online as usual and generate much needed funds for us!
Donations to Bipolar UK make a great alternative to presents!
Make your donation go even further with Gift Aid
Giving in memory is a special way to commemorate the passing of a loved one.