Fundraise for us
Sophie raised £5.71 by selling her sweets at Christmas.
Sonal climbed Killimanjaro and raised £8,000
Other fundraising has been as a result of: coffee mornings, asking friends to make a donation for a special birthday, doing a quiz night, running a marathon, putting jars on the counter in a shop for people’s loose change.The possibilities are endless.
Involve your school or workplace
Schools have done many fundraising events over the last ten years through a variety of hugely inventive things from a ‘Colour run’, using the parable of the talents to create and sell things, cake sales, throwing wet sponges at teachers, non-uniform days. The list really is endless and if you want some ideas just ask. At work maybe you could ask for matched funding for any money you raised or, even better, get your boss to support Mustard Seed Project through their CSR programme.
Importantly, if you live within two to three hours travelling time of Peterborough we would be more than happy to come and do a presentation to get the ball rolling. For a big fundraising event it may be possible to travel further. Just ask.