These are just some of the ways you can support us and help more people living with dementia. We have you covered with resources to get your fundraiser off to the best possible start

Do something out of your comfort zone!

This has to be up there, doing something out of your comfort zone will mean more people are likely to sponsor you! get sponsored to do something daft or something that's a challenge - or both! Whether you're going to wear different clothing for a month, or sit in a bath of beans (spaghetti hoops optional), or wear fancy dress to work, it doesn't matter. Set up a fundraising page then share your story, and your friends, family and colleagues will support you. Maybe your friends and family can help bring you out of that comfort zone with some ideas?

Be Brave and give it a shave!

Shaving your head is a great and easy way to raise money! Set up a fundraising page and get the word out through social media channels. Put up some photos of before and after it will be mesmerising! 

The Give It Up Challenge

We all have our guilty pleasures — be it fast food, expensive coffee drinks, or a weekly movie night. Do you spend too much time on social media? why not take some sponsored time out!

By giving up this expense for a couple weeks/months, you can put the money you save toward your cause. To make the challenge more interesting, ask your friends to participate and pledge their savings toward your cause.

With more people on board, you can hold each other accountable and raise more funds.

Garage Sale

Hosting a garage sale is a great way to give unwanted items a new home and raise money for your us. You won’t need a lot of time to plan this event, so it’s perfect for a last-minute fundraising idea.

Gather all the items around your home that you no longer want, and ask your friends and family members to donate items to your garage sale.

Open shop right outside your home and post signs around the neighbourhood to draw in interested buyers. To bring in an even bigger crowd, promote your garage sale on social media a few weeks in advance. Creating an event on Facebook an easy way to spread the word.

Collection event 

Hold a collection at your local supermarket or shopping centre and help bring in that spare change to raise funds for those living with dementia. We have you covered with everything you need here