Want to start fundraising for Wooden Spoon but not sure what to do? Here are some fun ideas to inspire you to choose something that suits you!
Take a look at our A-Z of fundraising ideas for some more fundraising inspiration.
Run, walk, cycle, wheel or pass the rugby ball – anywhere, anytime. Choose one of our challenges, pay a £5 entry fee and set up a fundraising page. Send us your pictures and we will send you a medal! Get started here.
Ask your students to wear Wooden Spoon stripy socks for a match at school and help to raise vital funds for local projects. Don’t forget to take photos of your team sporting their Wooden Spoon stripy socks! Find out more here.
Got a big event coming up? Birthday, wedding, anniversary? Set up a fundraiser on your Facebook page and ask family and friends to donate. All the funds you raise will go towards supporting vulnerable children across the UK & Ireland.
Count yourself as the next Mary Berry? Why not bake some tasty treats and raise some life-changing dough by selling them at your workplace or school. You could even organise a virtual Bake Off style competition with your family and friends. Get started here.
Encourage your school, college or work place to host a mufti-day and wear your favourite sports top. Set up a JustGiving page and ask everyone taking part to donate £2 and contribute to helping vulnerable children through the power of rugby.
How many rugby passes can you do in one minute? Or one hour? Take on this fun rugby challenge and battle against your friends and family!
There are lots of fun ways that your rugby club can get involved with us. Malton & Norton RUFC‘s women’s squad got their hands dirty in the name of Wooden Spoon by tackling a Tough Mudder course, enduring trench crawls, cargo nets and electric shocks! Take on a challenge with your club.
Whether it’s Monopoly, Scrabble or the Playstation, host a games night and battle it out with your friends and family. Ask each person to donate to play and have a prize for the winner! Get started.
(please also see our checklist & keeping safe section)
Try something different and don’t be afraid to get creative with your ideas!
Make sure that it doesn’t clash with any of the major sporting or social events, unless it is based on that event and try to avoid busy seasons/schedules for you and team members.
Mention you are fundraising for a charity for preferential rates, or see if you can get items/services donated.
Make it clear to donors how passionate you are about the cause.
Set yourself small weekly targets, and break down your task/training into small manageable chunks.
Take lots of photos and don’t forget to send them to us, we’d love to see how the day went!
Make sure to thank everyone who volunteered to participate, donated or who helped on the day
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