Fundraising ideas to give the festive season some extra sparkle!

Here are some fundraising ideas to get you in the festive spirit and raise funds to help people find hope after stroke this winter:

 graphicFestive sweepstake – guess the number of Christmas sweets or candy canes in the jar – charge £2 a go and the closest guess win the whole jar!



 Baking decorating competition with a Christmas theme – gingerbread, cupcakes or mince pies.


Run graphic Organise a sponsored Santa run / cycle / football match... 


graphic Festive gift wrapping service or stall in exchange for donations. 


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 Festive bake off – set your date, entry fee and categories: cake/biscuit/pies, gather all your festive themed baked goods at work or take photos and get your judges to decide the winners! 


donate graphic Donate your last hours salary of the year. 


jumper graphic Christmas jumper day.


Pound graphic Christmas party fundraising - donations, a raffle or a festive auction. 


festive graphic Deck your workspace – either in the office or virtually. Hold a competition to see who has the most festive workspace. Set an entry fee and donation to vote.


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 Set yourself an indoor challenge such as skipping, hula-hooping or walking up the stairs and get sponsorship. Visit the JustGiving site to set up your page.


quiz graphic Festive Quiz.


raffle graphic Christmas Hamper Raffle.


coins graphic Donate % of your sales during December.

camera graphic Elf on the shelf – set a competition for the most inventive picture.


christmas graphic Donations in lieu of Christmas cards.


calendar graphic Make a pledge for the New Year – give up something or sign up for a challenge and raise sponsorship. 


Download your copy of our Festive Fundraising Ideas.

Find out how to pay in your donations and sponsorship

For more information, or if you have any queries, call our friendly fundraising team on 0300 330 0740 or order your fundraising pack.

Thank you so much. Together we can help more stroke survivors to find hope and rebuild their lives this Christmas.