We’ve got lots of ideas for how you can fundraise for our sanctuaries, from sporting challenges to virtual events, and much more. Take a look at our ideas to get started on your fundraising journey.
ONGOING (NO SET DATE)
Our very own Goodheart Fundraising Challenge is open to all ages and abilities! Based around the number 485 (the number of animals we have rescued since opening), it’s a fun way to challenge yourself whilst helping to raise vital funds for our residents.
JustGiving is the world’s leading online fundraising platform, and setting up a personal page for your fundraiser couldn’t be simpler! Simply click the link below to head to their website.
Did you know that you can set up a fundraiser and collect donations through Facebook? A great way to do this is by setting up a birthday fundraiser and asking for contributions instead of gifts. Click the link below to visit Facebook and see how you can set one up quickly and easily.
For most of us, trekking the Andes or climbing Everest is off the table for now. But that doesn’t mean you can’t still undertake a big challenge. Why not cycle the distance of the Inca trail or walk the distance from the Golden Gate Bridge to the Hollywood sign, but in your local area?
Try your hand at making cards, gifts, or anything else your friends and family might like. Send them out to your loved ones and ask for a donation in return.
We’ve all heard of Dry January, but how about giving up chocolate, coffee or even social media for a month and asking friends and family to sponsor you?
If you’re now working from home, why not donate the money you would have spent commuting? This is a great one to get the whole team involved in!
Whether you’re a fan of Monopoly or prefer a MarioKart marathon with your friends, a virtual games night is a fun way to raise money while having fun with your loved ones. Maybe you can even bet on the winner to raise the stakes!
It doesn’t have to be big – how about a coffee and cake morning with your friends, or a games day in your garden or local park?
Arrange a virtual or in-person pub quiz and donate the entry fees. A pub-less quiz can be just as much fun as the real thing and makes for a great evening at home.
Are you an expert in something? Or maybe you have a cool talent others would like to learn? Why not arrange to teach others and ask them for a donation in return? It’s a great way to hone your skills and help others, and it’s all for a good cause.
If you’ve been doing a little decluttering, why not sell some of the items you no longer need through eBay For Charity or at your local car boot sale.
Why not set yourself and your four-legged friend a challenge to walk a certain number of miles in a month to help rescued animals?
A quick guide to making sure you stay safe and within the law.
In order to keep yourself as safe as possible while fundraising, we recommend you:
When planning this type of event, it is important to:
Let us know all about your fundraising so we can help you succeed! You’ll receive individual support from a member of our team.