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Pupils at Cawston Grange Primary School celebrate a major milestone on the way to their £45,000 target


Be inspired by how Cawston Grange Primary School and Damers First School each funded transformative projects


We did it! ‘WE RAISED MORE THAN £45,000 FOR OUTDOOR PLAY EQUIPMENT’


‘We were eager to improve our outdoor play and activity spaces for the wellbeing of our children at Cawston Grange Primary School. This being our first fundraising project of such magnitude, we knew we had to be strategic. We developed a list of events and activities that would enable us to reach our goal in the shortest possible time. This included existing activities that could be amplified, plus new earners and some serious bid-writing. Throughout, our mindset


was: how can we motivate local businesses, parents and the wider


6 SPRING 2020 FundEd


community to get behind us and be enthused to make a significant contribution? We knew getting as many people involved as we could was key, as was a catchy fundraising theme, “Pennies for our Playground”. We advertised to the community, partnered with local shops, invited press and even had a televised feature on Rugby FM. Textile recycling scheme


Bags2School was a real success. We ran competitions in school to see which class could bring in the most bags. It soon became clear that this could be an opportunity for match


funding, and a parent who works for DHL secured £1,200, and an Npower parent £500. DHL also provided a collection van so that we could collect from all the homes on our estate. The community enjoyed being involved, and more bags meant more money. In total, we raised just over £3,400 from this scheme. DHL helped us again with a Transform It! grant for £5,000, and we received £10,000 from the National Lottery Awards for All community fund. Match funding was something


we really focused on. We identified national companies who operate


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