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nessynoo01 Avatar
suspended6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
OK so my daughter is a member of her schools council, today they have come home with a letter about an orphanage in Bethlehem thats the school are raising money for.

Well with the letter is a five pound note asking all members of the council to see how much money they can make using this fiver and im stuck for idea's so thought id ask u lovely people for some idea's etc

Daughter is 8 yrs old so need idea's thats she can do or help with please

And she has until the end of the month

Ta
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suspended6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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banned 1 Like #1
buy some cheap cake making stuff , bake and sell and have coffee/tea morning ...
1 Like #2
Go to a large supermarket, buy £5 worth of small packets of sweets, sell them for a profit, & repeat.
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dog_cop
buy some cheap cake making stuff , bake and sell and have coffee/tea morning ...


Sounds good...then repeat if needs must!

Or to be different go and put a bet on the football/a horse or something! :w00t:
banned#4
Buy shares in BP
1 Like #5
Home made fudge, cheap to make quick to sell
suspended#6
dog_cop
buy some cheap cake making stuff , bake and sell and have coffee/tea morning ...


i was thinking something like that but im no good at cakes lol but might rope in the family to help lol

cis_groupie
Go to a large supermarket, buy £5 worth of small packets of sweets, sell them for a profit, & repeat.


no sure about sweets but will give it a thought and will see what offers are about

awoodhall2003
Sounds good...then repeat if needs must!

Or to be different go and put a bet on the football/a horse or something! :w00t:


i was thinking something different thanks andre
1 Like #7
about buying bucket sponge and wash peoples cars for money
suspended#8
hellfire
Home made fudge, cheap to make quick to sell


will look into that thanx

ttwcd
about buying bucket sponge and wash peoples cars for money


its a very good idea but she is only 8 and quite small for her age and i think it would end up with me doing all the washing lol
1 Like #9
How long do you have to do it?

Would suggest buying stuff, putting it together and selling finished product. e.g. -
Cakes
Plants (quick growing seeds and pots)
Make soup and sell it at any after school sports events etc - most parents will be glad of a hot cup of soup when standing in cold watching kids playing football

Ask school if you can do a movie night after school, put a film (someone already owns) on in school hall and sell cheap drinks and popcorn - £1 a ticket to the movie + cost of refreshments
suspended#10
kelly_o_fanatic
How long do you have to do it?

Would suggest buying stuff, putting it together and selling finished product. e.g. -
Cakes
Plants (quick growing seeds and pots)
Make soup and sell it at any after school sports events etc - most parents will be glad of a hot cup of soup when standing in cold watching kids playing football

Ask school if you can do a movie night after school, put a film (someone already owns) on in school hall and sell cheap drinks and popcorn - £1 a ticket to the movie + cost of refreshments


we have till the end of the month to raise as much as possible (each child ( 6 of them) have to do there own thing )

i love the idea of a movie night, im going to speak to the school about that im sure they will approve will have to have a look around at offers on drinks and snacks as they only have £5 to start with
#11
I usually make trays of Scottish tablet for the school fete - wrap them in florist cellophane with curling ribbon to make it look more expensive and people always buy them no matter the price!
#12
nessynoo01
we have till the end of the month to raise as much as possible (each child ( 6 of them) have to do there own thing )

i love the idea of a movie night, im going to speak to the school about that im sure they will approve will have to have a look around at offers on drinks and snacks as they only have £5 to start with


Juice + Popcorn

^ That sort of thing for snacks (try and go for no added sugar because school probably have healthy eating policys!) could also make and serve cakes at same time (everyone can have treat every now and then lol!)
#13
nessynoo01
we have till the end of the month to raise as much as possible (each child ( 6 of them) have to do there own thing )

i love the idea of a movie night, im going to speak to the school about that im sure they will approve will have to have a look around at offers on drinks and snacks as they only have £5 to start with

Could just do squash and make your own popcorn as popping corn is very cheap and goes a long way! Also could have a donation box to make a bit extra ;-)
suspended#14
kelly_o_fanatic
Juice + Popcorn

^ That sort of thing for snacks (try and go for no added sugar because school probably have healthy eating policys!) could also make and serve cakes at same time (everyone can have treat every now and then lol!)


awoodhall2003
Could just do squash and make your own popcorn as popping corn is very cheap and goes a long way! Also could have a donation box to make a bit extra ;-)


thanx both repped added to all so far keep them coming:thumbsup:
#15
Since they are raising money for orphanage, get your daughter to stand up in front of class and say about how these children dont have lots of toys etc and how if every child in the class could donate 1 toy, since they have lots, they could be sold and it would help these children.

Help her do a letter and print it out for kids to take home to parents

Then sell the toys at car boot sale. Hopefully most kids would bring something in, and some parents may look at it as a good time to have a sort out (could put on bottom of letter, all other donations appreciated). Would be good way of incoporating the reason they are raising the money

Parents may prefer this to being asked for money directly (for cakes, raffles, movie night etc) as money may be tight but I am sure there is a toy in the house that the child has outgrown.
#16
kelly_o_fanatic
Since they are raising money for orphanage, get your daughter to stand up in front of class and say about how these children dont have lots of toys etc and how if every child in the class could donate 1 toy, since they have lots, they could be sold and it would help these children.

Help her do a letter and print it out for kids to take home to parents

Then sell the toys at car boot sale. Hopefully most kids would bring something in, and some parents may look at it as a good time to have a sort out (could put on bottom of letter, all other donations appreciated). Would be good way of incoporating the reason they are raising the money


And not spending a penny to start with!
#17
Go to the supermarket which has the best deal on cans of coke (i.e bogof's) and then pick a (hopefully) hot sunday and sell them for 80p a can at a car boot sale :)
Did that myself and made a few hundred quid (although spent more than a fiver to begin with).
For example:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/670265/somerfield-co-op-30-cans-coke-diet-
#18
awoodhall2003
And not spending a penny to start with!


well the fiver would need to go to paying for the spot at the car boot sale...
banned#19
buy a toy gun and mask then rob a bank
suspended#20
kelly_o_fanatic
Since they are raising money for orphanage, get your daughter to stand up in front of class and say about how these children dont have lots of toys etc and how if every child in the class could donate 1 toy, since they have lots, they could be sold and it would help these children.

Help her do a letter and print it out for kids to take home to parents

Then sell the toys at car boot sale. Hopefully most kids would bring something in, and some parents may look at it as a good time to have a sort out (could put on bottom of letter, all other donations appreciated). Would be good way of incoporating the reason they are raising the money

Parents may prefer this to being asked for money directly (for cakes, raffles, movie night etc) as money may be tight but I am sure there is a toy in the house that the child has outgrown.


awoodhall2003
And not spending a penny to start with!


thanx spoke to DD about this idea and she would be quite happy to do this so we are going to speak to head Friday morning and see what they say:thumbsup:
#21
nessynoo01
thanx spoke to DD about this idea and she would be quite happy to do this so we are going to speak to head Friday morning and see what they say:thumbsup:


How did you get on?
suspended#22
kelly_o_fanatic
How did you get on?


Sorry forgot about this thread, school said it was fine and they are going to do a letter for Monday and daughter is standing up in front of all the juniors monday and asking if they will help so all going well. Also have sorted out a raffle, a couple of friends and work have donated a few prizes so that will be done next week aswell thanx
#23
Sounds good :) let us know how she gets on

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