Getting your family & friends involved

Not all fundraising needs a huge dose of adrenaline and a parachute! For the civilised fundraisers among you, we've got loads of ideas to get you started with fundraising at home with your family and friends.

Dinner Party

Hold your own dinner party, and get everyone to bring a different course and make a donation for taking part. You could even add in some party-games afterwards, or make the night a competition in the style of "Come Dine With Me", with everyone who takes part giving a small donation, and enjoying some tasty (hopefully!) food at the same time! 


Treasure Hunt

For those who like to get out and about, a treasure hunt can be great fun! It can be small scale, around the house and garden, or if you're feeling adventurous, around the county! Load up your favourite Maps app and plan out where to hide treasures, and ask for donations from teams who want to take part!


Beauty Evening

Everyone loves to be pampered. Invite your friends around for an evening of indulgence – each person brings their favourite products and their favourite food. Pop donations in a jar and melt away the stresses of the day together.


Summer BBQ

Make the most of the sunshine by hosting a summer BBQ. Take into account that rain can fall on any day of the year in the UK, so wet weather contingency plans are crucial! Consider some vegetarian options such as corn on the cob or halloumi and roasted vegetable kebabs. You could have a small charge per item or just ask for donations from your guests on the day! If you've got the space, you could even throw in a few activities to help everone burn off those burgers.


Quiz night

Organise a quiz or bingo night with family and friends, and raise money by selling entry tickets. You could even speak to your local pub and ask them to run a pub quiz with P3 as their sponsored charity!


Sponsored Silence

A classic and a favourite fundraising idea, and still popular! Taking on a sponsored silence is a great way to get your whole family involved, or you consider getting your whole class at school to join in! Remember to set rules including when you’d like the silence to start and end.