With the long summer days, there is so much time to fundraise! Whether you want to take on a sporting challenge, a day out with friends or an office sweepstake, we have the perfect summer fundraising ideas to dive into this this season.
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Harness the power of sport to fundraise for Save the Children this summer. You'll become part of a movement helping children everywhere to thrive and build a brighter future for us all.
Women's fifa world cup
For the first two weeks in July, everyone's talking tennis - its synonymous with the British Summer.
Why not throw a Wimbledon-themed garden or office party? Serve up strawberries and cream, asking guests to donate £2 per punnet. If they really want to get into the spirit, they could come dressed as their favourite star - donning Rafa wristbands or a Venus visor - and ask people to sponsor them to look silly.
Tour de France
The fittest athletes in the world hit the road for the Tour de France in July - and it's no coincidence that the UK gets summer cycling fever too. Why not ride in its slipstream? This July, ditch the car, train, or bus, pump your tyres up and hit the road.
You may find other aspects of French culture more appealing. For example, why not hold a cheese-sampling night in honneur of La Tour? Indulge your guests for a small price of a £5 donation.
The longer days are an unmissable opportunity to do something BIG for children. Here's how you can use the extra daylight to change children's lives.
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Camp out to make World Refugee Week
Give up your home comforts for a night during the week of 17-23rd June - World Refugee Week.
Invite your friends and family to pitch up next to you, play garden games and cook dinner over an open fire - then ask them to donate for the experience. The funds you raise for the camp out could help make sure child refugees can learn and be protected.
We have loads of resources at denday.org.uk
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