A chance for your little stars to dress up as what they want to be when they’re older, as they take part in fun activities and get sponsored as they learn about different jobs.
Thank you so much to all the amazing little stars who took part in ‘I want to be…’ from 28 April – 2 May! We hope you had lots of fun dressing up as what you want to be when you’re older and raising money for Save the Children. The money you raise will help other children around the world grow up to fulfil their potential, too.
Not had a chance to take part in ‘I want to be…’ yet? It's not too late! Here's how to get involved:
1. Register your nursery, preschool or group using our simple form.
2. Choose a day to take part.
3. Use the free resources we'll send you after you register to help your little stars complete tasks in the classroom and at home – getting sponsored as they go!
4. Collect your sponsorship money and send it in to us.
And to make the day even more fun, why not ask your little stars to dress up as what they want to be when they grow up!
Win amazing prizes for your nursery
Pixifoto are offering every little star who takes part in “I want to be...” the chance to get a free sitting and 12x10 colour portrait. Your photo will then be entered into a competition for the best costume, to win a free family sitting and portrait collection worth £200!
Once you pay in your fundraising money, along with your fundraising certificate we’ll send you a voucher for a free sitting with PixiFoto, which you can photocopy for every child in your group. Their parent or guardian can then redeem this voucher at any PixiFoto outlet.
And if your preschool or nursery raises more than £250 in sponsorship money (and sends it in before the deadline) you’ll be entered into a fantastic prize draw to win a box of fancy dress costumes.*
Last year's lucky winners, pictured here, received 40 dressing up costumes donated by the Early Learning Centre.
Got a question?
Little stars not at nursery yet?
Find out how you can enjoy some fun, fancy dress and fundraising with a Save the Children Playdate instead.
*Terms and conditions apply. See savethechildren.org.uk/competitions for details.