Our school has a breakfast club run by one of the teachers. It's open from 8.30am-9am and anyone is welcome. We have toast, cereal and juice and all you can eat.
Here are some fabulous ideas for stalls that you can have at your Fete. Amusement rides, candle making, stick lotto, stairway to heaven, ring a bottle, lob the dunny roll and many more.
Ignite your child’s imagination and let them fly to Neverland with Captain Hook, sail the seven seas with Long John Silver or see the ghostly image of Captain Jack Sparrow by throwing them a themed pirate event.
There is a growing trend to try and make events ‘greener’ (more environmentally friendly). Sometimes it only takes a few little...
Are you looking for an easy to organise fun family night? Transform your school hall, undercover area or the school oval...
Reader question: Apart from a fete/fair what is another highly profitable school fundraiser? Here are some suggestions for highly profitable...
Cross selling and using your queues can be to everyone’s advantage because no matter how good your planning, the one thing that seems to be unavoidable at many fundraising events are the queues. The key to making this work for you is being flexible and thinking outside the box.
Here are some ideas from our Facebook community on collecting chocolate wheel prizes: At our school they asked each class to bring something. So peeps brought chocolate bars, grade ones brought in jars, grade 2 brought in packets of lollies etc. works well.
Here are some stall ideas from our Facebook community to appeal specifically to boys at a Spring Fair: Toss toilet rolls into a toilet. See if a local business will give you one in return for advertising/ naming rights. Maybe it could then be raffled or auctioned off.
Turning children’s drawing, sketches or photos into keepsakes is an increasingly popular means of fundraising.
Here are some ideas from our Facebook community on running an outdoor movie night: We do one per year as a community event. Only sales are sausage sizzle and drinks or popcorn/lollies.
Here are some ideas from our Facebook community for phone-friendly newsletter programs: