Sport Relief Fundraising Ideas

Sport Relief Fundraising Ideas

Sports Relief is back for another year and today we’re bringing you an exciting round-up of sports fundraising ideas to kick-start your fundraising efforts.

From sponsored runs and cycling to work to the 10,000 step challenge, there are loads of ways to get active and raise tonnes of cash for Sport Relief.

Take a look at our favourite Sport Relief fundraising ideas for inspiration.

Top Sport Relief fundraising ideas

Sponsored run (in fancy dress!)

Top of our list is a good old-fashioned sponsored run! It costs nothing to organise and you can do it as an individual or in a group.

Set yourself a target to run 1k, 5k or 10k depending on your ability and make it more fun by running in fancy dress! Take a look at our funny fundraising fancy dress for costume inspiration.

Keepie-uppie challenge

Got a few budding footballers in your group? How about doing a keepie-uppie challenge?

Ask people to sponsor you 50p for every keepie-uppie you manage to do or ask your participants to pay £1 each to have a go.

Penalty challenge

The next of our Sport Relief fundraising ideas is a penalty challenge! You’ll need some makeshift goal posts and someone who’s willing to be the goalie, then ask your participants to pay £1 to have a go. This is a great workplace fundraising idea if you’ve got some space outside to set up a goal.

Hula hoop challenge

Or if you fancy something different, how about a hula hoop challenge? Everyone pays £1 to have a go at spinning a hula hoop round their waist for as long as possible – and whoever manages to do it the longest wins a small prize!

Walk/cycle to work

If you haven’t got much time for fundraising events during the day, an easy sports themed fundraising idea is to walk or cycle to work. Simply ask people to sponsor you to walk or cycle to work every day for a week – you’ll raise loads of money and you’ll feel much healthier too.

Wear your football shirt to work

Another good sports fundraising idea for busy workplaces is to ask people to pay £1 to wear their football/rugby shirt to work. Just like the own clothes days you used to have in school, it’s a really easy way to raise money for Sports Relief without much effort.

10,000 step challenge

Feel like you don’t get enough exercise? Why not take up the 10,000 step challenge and raise loads of money for Sport Relief in the process?

All you need to do is 10,000 steps every day for a week (or for the whole of March) and ask people to sponsor you.

Host a Great Sport Relief Bake Off

Finally, if you’re not the sporty type, why not hold a Great Sport Relief Bake Off instead?

You can download your own free bake off kit on the official Sport Relief website and it has loads of great recipes that will go down a treat in your workplace and raise loads of cash for Sport Relief!

Take a look at our guide to holding a charity bake off for further inspiration.

When is Sport Relief 2016?

Sports Relief 2016 takes place between 18th and 20th March so you have plenty of time to start planning your fundraising efforts!

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