Getting you started with a few fundraising ideas

SPREAD THE WORD

  • Get your friends and family involved

  • Bonus sponsorship for hitting different milestone times e.g. finish under x  time 

  • Sponsor per mile or per minute 

  • Wear fancy dress

  • Follow your journey via social media

  • Offer to walk neighbours/friends dog for a fee while training

  • Organise lunchtime walks – pay as you go!

  • Video training for the event and post to social media

  • Raise money by organising a training group with friends

  • Host a Look Good Feel Better PRE event BBQ

  • Ask for a donation instead of presents

  • Hold an event at your workplace to highlight what you are doing

  • Organise fun events with family and friends before the event e.g. egg and spoon race, mini mini marathon around the estate/local area etc. 

  • Ask for sponsorship from local business for your charity

  • Talks and demonstrations – e.g. book readings, cookery demonstrations

  • Sell unwanted gifts or clutter

  • Host a Look Good Feel Better POST event celebration party

Social media is a powerful tool to help you raise even more money for your charity by letting people know what you are doing. Use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn or Pinterest to raise the profile of what you are doing and encourage people to donate money to your cause.

 

Some things you can do to help spread the word:

  • Share the news when you have entered online

  • Share posts from the event/fundraiser on Facebook and Twitter

  • When training share an update on your social media

  • Post pictures following your training

  • Post videos of your training journey 

  • Set up a fundraising page using online tools

  • Remind people regularly that you are raising money

Look Good Feel Better is registered in Ireland as a company limited by guarantee and not having any share capital (Company no. 523636, Registered charity no. 20081379, CHY 20507). Registered office: Carmichael Centre, North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7, D07 RHA8 

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