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RISE TO THE CHALLENGE


Social distancing might mean you can’t run some events, but with a little creativity you can still raise money and have fun


F


or most PTAs, fundraising is pretty challenging right now. But events can still go ahead – you just need to think a bit


differently. Once you’ve chosen the type of event you feel comfortable running, read through our ideas and themes to create the perfect experience for your supporters.


Individual challenges Climb a mountain: Challenge children to walk up a nearby hill – or their own staircase – until they’ve climbed the height of Snowdon, Ben Nevis or even Everest! You could even get them to make a fl ag, which they can ‘plant’


sporting success Track For sporty fundraisers,


participants can keep track of how far they’ve travelled via


apps like Strava, Fitbit and Google Fit. Ask them to submit their achievements to you regularly so you can keep supporters updated on how close you are to meeting targets.


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at the summit. Award prizes for the fastest climb and the best fl ag.


Run a marathon: Give parents an excuse to get out of the house by inviting them to run a marathon within one month individually. They can raise money for the school while achieving a personal challenge.


Sponsored beard shave: Ask a hairy dad if they would like to shave their beard to support your school or fi nd a supporter with long hair who’s willing to cut it off. Find out how one school did this on p7.


School anniversary challenge: Take inspiration from the 2.6 Challenge and ask supporters to think of individual challenges based around the number of years your school has been in existence – the more unusual the ideas, the better. Seek inspiration from your local


area, the diversity of your community, and the interests of your supporters to come up with something unique.


Group challenges Complete a trek:Whether it’s Land’s End to John O’Groats, around the Equator or across the sea, the distance everyone travels is pooled until the group has collectively


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