Fundraise at School
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There are lots of fun ways for your school to get involved and support The Grand Appeal. If you have an idea in mind, fantastic - we can't wait to hear about it. We also have some brilliant events and activities lined up, especially for schools like yours, and we look forward to seeing your pupils joining in the fun.
Cracking Ideas for Kids
We have three cracking fundraisers for you to share with your pupils. Want to take part? Scroll down to the bottom to download the free resources today!
Gromit's Sponsored Silence
Is your school filled with little chatterboxes? Gromit doesn't express himself with spoken words, but his facial expressions and body language speak volumes! Will you classes manage to communicate as effectively as Gromit without breaking the silence?
Wallace's Cracker of a Spell-a-thon
The eccentric inventor just loves cheese and, with over 500 varieties to choose from, what better way to challenge your super spellers than testing their dairy knowledge! For the younger competitors, there's the added option of two cheesy word searches to complete too. Get your class to join Wallace and claim "I'm just crackers about cheese!"
Feathers' Coin Collection
Feathers McGraw is a criminial mastermind famed for his plan to rob a museum of its prized diamonds. We think he'd love this sparkling fundraiser designed to turn his image into a valuable piece of treasure.
Charity of the Year Partnership
If you're thinking about your next charity of the year partnership for your school, choose The Grand Appeal! We have lots of great ideas and fundraising materials to help and would love to speak to you about your plans. We can even come and visit your school and hold a special assembly to let your pupils know more about fundraising for Bristol Children's Hospital and how they can make a difference!
Paying in Your Fundraising
If you've recently fundraised for us, thank you! Visit our donation page for a quick and easy way for you to pay in your money.