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help with kids sponser ideas?

kezanddaz Avatar
9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
i am organising for the kids from our football team to do a sponsered event to raise funds.

can anyone give me any ideas for what they could do??

cheers xxx
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
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#1
How about sponsored car washes, keepy uppies, penalty shoot outs...
#2
Contact Asda, Tescos etc and ask if they can pack customers bags. Customers then give them a tip :)
#3
Sponsored silence!
#4
loupomm
Sponsored silence!

yes i thought of this one. lol but dont think any of them would suceed!! lol
#5
Ditto
Contact Asda, Tescos etc and ask if they can pack customers bags. Customers then give them a tip :)


someone told me that you have to get in there really early. like months in advance?
#6
kezanddaz
yes i thought of this one. lol but dont think any of them would suceed!! lol



you would be surprised!, my 10 year old sons class recently did this and i thought he would never manage but he did lol
#7
How old are they?
#8
How about picking litter up in local park or somewhere? A lot of people would be willing to sponsor them to do that, all you would need are binbags (or even carrier bags) and gloves - would also be helping the local area

We did something similar when I was in primary school and raised a lot
#9
sponsered walk/jog
sponsered circuit
readathon
bring and buy sale
how about a fete you could incorperate alot of these ideas and maybe have your kids coah younger kids for a small fee?
#10
kelly_o_fanatic
How about picking litter up in local park or somewhere? A lot of people would be willing to sponsor them to do that, all you would need are binbags (or even carrier bags) and gloves - would also be helping the local area

We did something similar when I was in primary school and raised a lot

Sad that it has come to this...but i would think twice if my 9 year old was asked to help with a litter pick - specially in a local park - God knows what they would find round the back of the pavillion or in the grass...http://yelims1.free.fr/Beurk/Beurk13.gif
#11
jelli89
Sad that it has come to this...but i would think twice if my 9 year old was asked to help with a litter pick - specially in a local park - God knows what they would find round the back of the pavillion or in the grass...http://yelims1.free.fr/Beurk/Beurk13.gif



yes i must admit i thought that too!
#12
True :-( our local park is full of litter, but that is all, other people arent as lucky I guess
#13
Our local Guides made quite a bit of money this weekend by taking turns to be put in stocks and have cold wet sponges thrown at them. They had great fun too.
It was 50p for 4 sponges.
#14
kelly_o_fanatic
True :-( our local park is full of litter, but that is all, other people arent as lucky I guess

Hey Kelly - look what i found you.....
http://yelims1.free.fr/Animaux/Tigre.gif
#15
kelly_o_fanatic
How old are they?


hi kelly

they are 10 -11 years old boys x
#16
anyone with anymore ides. ?? cheers

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