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Other celebrations

Fundraise at your celebration

Lots of occasions offer the chance to raise money for Save The Children.

Fundraise on Facebook

A great way to fundraise is by setting up a Facebook fundraising page

celebration FAVOURS

Add a special touch to your day with our celebration favours

We'd love to have your support

From births to retirement celebrations, you can help give children around the world a brighter future.

Hints and tips for creating your page

  • Include images and stories explaining why you've chosen to support Save the Children.
  • Ask your most generous friends to donate first to set an example.
  • Add the link to your page to all your event invitations or emails.

Other ways to raise money

  • Gifts: Do something amazing by asking friends and family to donate to Save the Children instead of buying you a gift.
  • Collection: Include a collection box on the gift table – and make sure people know it's there!
  • Games: Get competitive and set up or quizzes that guests can pay to enter, with a prize for the winner.

Save the Children Celebration Favours

To purchase your favours and name place cards head to our online shop.

Celebration favour and place cards

Celebration Thank You Favours and Name Place Cards

Variety of designs which can be mixed and matched.

Prices from £2.00-£4.00

 

 

 

Celebration favour with a pin badge

Celebration favour with pin badge

£13.00 per pack of 10 cards and pins

Reverse of card:

‘To mark the occasion, a donation has been made to Save the Children. Together we can help build a better future.’

Karam, 27, feeds Raeesa, three-months-old, diluted cow's milk, at home in Muzzafargarh District, Pakistan.

Your money could help us to provide nutrition awareness-raising sessions, that help empower women and improve the health of their children and themselves.

How your money helps

£11

Could pay for winter clothes for a child to help
children living in freezing conditions keep warm and
improve their chances of survival

£21

Could pay for five mosquito nets to help five families
sleep soundly under their own
treated mosquito net.

 

£55

Could pay for a food basket to help feed a family
nutritious food for a month to help
them cope in an emergency.

More ways to get involved