Fundraise for Power for the People
Browse our fundraising ideas for inspiration on how you can raise funds for PFP’s life-changing projects
Find out what you’re made of with a sponsored challenge!
Take on a sponsored challenge, solo or with friends. Walk, run, cycle… skydrive?! The bigger the better! And it doesn’t need to be physical – whatever you choose, just make sure you shout about your efforts and have fun!
Channel your inner TV presenter and host an evening of fun
Why not act as a quiz-master, bake off judge, bingo-host, resident-chef or concert-organiser for a good cause? Host a brilliant day of fun for friends and family, asking for donations towards PFP’s life-changing projects. It’s a win-win for everyone!
Donate your unique skills in a skillsharing fundraiser
Host a shillshare and share your wisdom in exchange for some donations! We’ve seen everything from yoga classes to photography masterclasses – whatever skills you have to share, there are great and simple way of raising some money for a good cause.
Get creative with a fundraising sale
You can go classic with a bake sale or carboot sale, or how about some family portraits, upcycling or wild flower arranging! Getting crafty is a great way of making something to generate donations if you’re feeling creative.
Give as you Live – the simplest way to fundraise
It’s never been easier to fundraise with initiatives like Amazon Smile and easyfundraising, Simply use these services as you go about your everyday life and do some good along the way.
Hold a Birthday fundraiser! Who needs another pair of socks anyway?
Ask you friends and family to make a donation in your name or contribute to a Birthday fundraiser instead of sending a card or buying you a gift this year. Those little gestures add up into a big difference for PFP projects and the communities they support.
Meet our fundraiser, George!
As an ambassador, volunteer, fundraisers and all-around superstar, George has helped PFP transform lives across the world.
George championed and spearheaded our project with the Masaii community in Osupukiai Village. his fundraising events have included art and garage sales, pub quizzes and his ‘Walk for Water’ campaign which saw him taking 48,320 laps of his garden – the equivalent of 4,228 miles that the crow would’ve flown to Osupukiai. He raised over £30,000, which has enabled the community access to clean, reliable water – and so much more!
Making a difference is simple
Need a hand?
Get in touch! We can help spread the word and offer advice on how to make your fundraising efforts a success