Fundraise for us
Our supporters do amazing things to raise money for our children. From running a marathon to having a dinner party, the only limit to getting involved is your imagination. Ready to have some fun? Sign up with the link below to get your very own fundraising page on our website, fundraising materials and help from our dedicated fundraising team.To start fundraising for us and create your very own fundraising page please click here.
How does it work?
1. Find a fun fundraising idea that you’ll enjoy doing – perhaps a sponsored activity, social event or sporting challenge. Check out the ideas listed if you haven’t already decided.
2. Create a fundraising page and set your goals. Aim high.
3. Once approved, we’ll send you our Fundraising Guide and you’ll be ready to start promoting your fundraiser both online (through Facebook and other social media sites) and offline.
4. Monitor your progress on your very own fundraising page and watch your donations grow towards your goal.
If you need any help setting up your page please call us on (07) 578 9826
How about a sporting event? There are hundreds of events happening in the Bay of Plenty and beyond each year. Participating in these events is a great way to keep fit and raise money for children in need. Use Google to search for events in your chosen area and sport.
Maybe challenge yourself in other ways? Do a skydive or bungy jump, run up the Mount, take a vow of silence, fast for the day – just about anything can be turned in to a fundraiser.
Are you a great host? You could hold a dinner party, afternoon tea, quiz night or barbecue. Invite all your friends and family and ask for a donation to help keep brothers and sisters in care together.
Perhaps you could sell something? Clear some space and sell your unwanted goods on Trade Me. Organise a ‘swap meet’ for old clothes, books or children’s toys – invite your friends and family, promote it in your local area, charge participants an entrance fee.
Want to give something up? Maybe alcohol, smoking, sugar or any habit you would rather be without? Let our children’s needs be your extra motivation to help you crack it.
Got a special occasion coming up such as a birthday, wedding or other celebration? You could ask for donations to Homes of Hope, through your fundraising page, instead of gifts.