We are currently looking for people to help us to raise money in support of Borderline. Your valuable support you raise or donate will go towards helping homeless Scots in London.
Stuck for an idea? Here are some fundraising suggestions from getting active to getting creative. There is something for everyone to get involved…
On Your Marks…
Are you an avid runner? Make Borderline your chosen charity next time you participate in a running event!
The Great Benevolent Bake Off
Not a keen runner? Not to worry – If you love baking, holding a cake stall is easy! Friends, family, neighbours or colleagues – treat them to something tasty for a good cause.
Collect Your Coppers
Fill a jar with your spare pennies and tuppences (the back of the sofa is a good starting point…) and when the jar is full, count up the money and donate it to Borderline!
Quizzes and Games
Hosting a quiz/games night is easy. At the pub, at home – invite your fact-loving friends and ask them for a small donation to take part. Pubs and clubhouses are often happy to see extra faces and might offer a small prize for the winner.
If you are a bit of a daredevil, why not take the plunge with a skydive or bungee jump for Borderline?
Five-a-side Football Challenge
Know any sporty types? Bring together your fanciest footwork-ing friends to compete in a football competition. If participants donate a couple of quid to play and spectators do the same, you’ll soon have a tidy sum to help us reach our goal of ensuring a bed for every Scot in London.
Fundraise At Your Place of Worship
From a simple collection to carol singing, you can get your whole congregation involved in fundraising for Borderline. Speak to our Fundraising Officer if you would like Borderline collection tins.
If you use twitter, message us @UkBorderline and use the hash tag #TEAMborderline
Best of luck with your fundraising and thank you for choosing to support Borderline’s work with homeless Scots in London. Don’t forget to send us your pictures…
To find out more, please contact our Fundraising Officer, Andrew. You can call 0845 456 2190 or email firstname.lastname@example.org