Fundraising ideas

What are you going to do? Here are some ideas to get you started...


Get active

This has been the toughest challenge I have ever done and I am ecstatic to have succeeded. I am so grateful for the many messages of support and congratulations, and for the donations which have far succeeded my target of £5,000 for Crohn's and Colitis UK.

Emma 
Solo Channel swim, August 2015

Bake IT

Bake delicious treats and sell them. Cupcake anyone? Order your Bake IT fundraising pack today!

We raised an amazing £770 for Crohn's and Colitis UK!

Jade
Bake Sale, February 2016

 


Go casual

Dress-down, dress-up or wear purple at your school or workplace.

We had so much fun wearing purple during Crohn's and Colitis UK Awareness Week to raise awareness and money for the charity.

Crohn's and Colitis UK Office
Purple Friday, December 2015

Get dancing

Organise a disco, danceathon or zumbathon.

Around 80 people supported us in this 2 hour Zumbathon, raising £1,259 for Crohn's and Colitis UK. It was a great day!

Beverley 
Zumbathon, January 2016

 

Get collecting

Turn small change into a big difference with one of our collecting tins.

Local businesses helped me collect the coins, and my grandson helped count them. We collected £400 in 2p coins! 

Mrs Holliday
Collected 2p coins and made a castle

Get buying

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Get musical

Hold a concert, talent competition or battle of the bands.

Cadenza Choir held a Carol Concert at St Barnabas Church in Bournemouth. With wine and mulled wine, mince pies and cheese provided after the performance, it was just the thing to get us in the mood for Christmas! 

Cadenza Choir
Christmas Concert, December 2015

Go without!

Get sponsored for giving up something you will really miss.

I managed a whole month alcohol free to raise awareness for Crohn's and Colitis UK as one of my best friends suffers with the illness. I chose to fundraise for this charity because it would be great for IBD to get more recognition and awareness.

Lucy
Dry January, 2015