Fundraising can be a great way to bulk up your unit funds. From raising money for a special adventure to fundraising for a camp or even an international trip away – there are lots of different options!
Our fundraising toolkit covers everything you need to know to raise money – from planning your activity to collecting donations. There are some great ideas and inspiration as well as resources to keep you on track to achieving your fundraising goals.
Find out how you and parents can raise funds for your unit by simply shopping online with the likes of Amazon, eBay, Trainline, Hobbycraft, Just Eat, Argos, John Lewis and Booking.com. It’s free to sign up and raise donations so don’t miss out!
Tesco Community Grants helps to fund thousands of local projects across the country. Since 2016 the scheme has supported over 36,000 community groups with more than £85million in grants. The scheme aims to make a positive difference and help communities thrive as a result.
Tesco Community Grants is always open for applications from charities and community organisations to bid for up to £1,500. Three projects in 575 local communities are voted on by customers in Tesco stores throughout the UK, with projects changing every three months.
The Morrisons Foundation aims to improve the lives of people in the UK. Among the different funding they have available they offer grants towards projects undertaken by registered charities. If you’re seeking funds for a unit project you can apply over on their website now.
Morrisons may also be able to help with product donations. Give your local store a call and ask to speak to the Community Champion (every Morrisons supermarket has one in place to support local and smaller charity requests). Why not see if your local store can to provide a raffle prize, food or drink for fundraising events or even help out with a special camp. Their store locator may help you.
The Asda Foundation is committed to transforming communities and improving lives, and support over 10,000 local charities based within a mile of a store or depot.
Customers and colleagues choose which local cause each Asda store should support. Visit your local store to nominate your unit. nominate your unit visit or call your local store.