It's great to get families and friends together. It's even better when you're doing it for a good cause. Across the UK, thousands of our supporters are baking, quizzing or dancing for charity.
Order your free fundraising pack, full of great ideas to get you started. There's plenty of fun, laughter and also satisfaction, knowing that every penny raised will help keep children safe.
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Get the kettle on and make some homemade treats. Every munch, crunch and yum will help you raise lots of money for a great cause.
Do a dare
Dare to do something different. Are you brave enough to take on some hair-raising fundraising? Use your imagination and take on a challenge.
Put on a show
Make a song and dance of your fundraising. Whatever your talent, you can strut your stuff and get some serious sponsorship.
Throw a party
Maybe you could throw a bash to raise some cash? Whether your friends like films or food, there are good times ahead - all in aid of a good cause.
Set yourself a challenge and smash it. You can get out, get active and have your own fundraising adventure.
Get fundraising ideas
You can fundraise for us in lots of fun ways. Our free ideas pack has all of the inspiration you need to get you started.
Buy event essentials from the NSPCC Shop
From baking kits to bunting, our online shop has all the extra touches your NSPCC fundraising event needs.
From sponsorship forms to invitations, get everything you need to start planning your fundraising event.
3 great fundraising ideas to get you started
Rustle up some delicious, tasty treats and sell them for a small donation.
Put your knowledge to the test and get quizzing.
Dinner and drinks
Invite your friends round for a foodie feast and ask for a suggested donation.
The difference you're making
pay for a child to speak to our Chidline service, giving them support when they need it most.
pay for a trained practitioner for an hour - supporting parents and families in caring for children.
pay for our Speak out. Stay safe programme to visit one primary school and give children the knowledge to protect themselves from abuse.