Easy to organise fundraising activities
Make your Christmas wishes go further this year with our Cash for Cards fundraising activity. Share your greetings on our festive poster and donate the money you would have spent on Christmas cards to support the ChildLine helpline instead.
Sign up today and we'll send you a festive fundraising pack containing everything you'll need to get started.
Get everyone together for a lunchtime to remember! The Big Packed Lunch is our call for a lunch with a difference.
Instead of buying your lunch, create your own! Donate what you would have spent on a boring lunch and help support the ChildLine School Service.
Spring clean and raise money at the same time!
If you already have an ebay account you can buy and sell items, with some of the money going towards a charity of your choice. ebay for Charity sellers can donate from 10 to 100 per cent of their sales to the NSPCC.
Visit our ebay for charity page to see items that are already for sale - look out for the ebay for Charity ribbon - and to start listing your own.
From Mad Hatters to Claridges you can brew up a storm with a themed tea party! Sell cakes and other homemade treats. You could even make it a ticketed event.
You have a wardrobe full of clothes but you never have anything to wear! Organise a clothes swap and charge for entry. Raise money for a great cause and get a brand new wardrobe!
Fundraising ideas for schools
Join schools across the UK for a national fundraising maths bonanza!
NSPCC Number Day is a fun, nationwide maths fundraising event for children and young people of all ages that helps raise money to support our work.
We provide all the materials you'll need and will be on hand to offer support when needed.
Curriculum-linked fundraising activities, created in partnership with Oxford University Press, are available to all registered schools.
The materials we give you are bright, attractive and informative. We will provide you the activities and materials most appropriate for the key stage you teach - covering EY,KS1, KS2 and KS3.
Get in touch for more information. Email email@example.com today.
Join schools across the UK and take part in Bobble Hat Day 2015 to help in our fight against child abuse.
Pupils and staff will be transformed into Bobble Hat Heroes just by wearing their favourite festive hats and raising money for our ChildLine service.
Register your school for Bobble Hat Day 2015 now.
If you'd like more information about corporate fundraising and other partner opportunities we'd love to hear from you.
How your money is spent
Fundraising ideas for outdoor and group activities
Have a go at running your own cinema! Join the outdoor cinema craze with your very own charity popup cinema. Once you’ve found a suitable space and decided on an entry price, you’ll need to choose a film people will love.
To get people excited and involved, start a poll to see what film they’d love to watch, with the favourite being screened on the day.
There’s endless fun to be had with a treasure hunt. Give it at theme. Create your own maps. Pick your choice of “treasure”! It’s a great chance to get creative and do something all the family can enjoy.
Charge an entry fee and have refreshments ready to sell when the hunt’s over.
The secret to a great festival isn’t rocket science, so why not host your own? Music, food and great company are all you need! Find a suitable space for your festival and charge an entry fee.
Give your miniature stars a stage of their very own! Singing, dancing, acting – give the kids a space to do whatever they enjoy most.
Checking your activity is safe and legal
- You must comply with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and all other relevant subordinate legislation.
- If you are going to be carrying money around take care with personal security. Always use a safe route and always be accompanied and/or carry a personal alarm.
- The NSPCC does not encourage particularly hazardous activities including abseiling, assault courses or bungee jumping - if you are unsure please contact us.
- If contractors, sub-contractors or external facilities are used, make sure they have the relevant experience and can demonstrate compliance with insurance and health and safety standards.
Never send cash in the post. If you haven't set up an online fundraising page, the safest way is to send in money from your fundraising is by cheque.
Post your cheque(s) to your local fundraising office, making them payable to 'NSPCC registered charity'. Remember to enclose your name and address so we can thank you for your hard work!
More support for fundraisers
Fundraising packs and materials
Local fundraising groups
Contact your local fundraising office
Visit our contact page for details of your nearest fundraising office.