There are so many ways to raise money for charity, but here are some ideas. If you decide to take part in a fundraising activity or host a fundraising event, remember to share with us on our Social Media!
Do you have items that you no longer need and could sell? Then an auction could be a fundraising idea for you. Perhaps you could get some friends/family around to have a fun ‘auction night’, all for a good cause!
Hosting a coffee morning with a couple of friends is a great way to fundraise. Why not make it into a bake sale with a coffee morning? That would definitely hit the spot!
Do you love to bake for friends and family? Why not ask for a small donation in return for some delicious bakes! Get your free MWT charity bake sale template here.
Host a Dinner Party
Love to host dinner for people? Next time you host a dinner, why not ask everyone to bring a little donation with them that can be donated to Mangla Welfare Trust? Enjoy delicious dinner whilst helping others too!
Sell your Crafts
Are you good at arts and crafts? Do you have a talent or skill? Why not use this to make and sell items, with the profits going to Mangla Welfare Trust? Use this opportunity to improve your skills and have fun too!
Any good at board games? Or PlayStation/X-Box games? Why not challenge your friends to a games night, and charge everyone a little fee to take part. Nothing like a bit of healthy competition!
Why not host a themed quiz night with your friends and family? Perhaps you could donate a bit of money every time you answer a question? The questions are totally up to you but we think it’s a fun way to get your brains working for a good cause!
You don’t have to be a gym fanatic to do a sponsored walk or run! You can decide the distance you’d like to walk or run and get your family and friends to sponsor you for charity. A great way to motivate you to get fitter too!
Tea parties can be so much fun, for adults and children alike – especially if they follow a theme! Why not host a Turkish or Morroccan themed tea party and have your guests pay an entrance fee?