Dance the donations in
Dust off the glitter ball and prepare to dance the night away at a school disco or danceathon. Sell tickets or get sponsored and set up a snack stall on the side to keep everyone going (and the money rolling in).
Dress up (or down)
Join schools across the UK on Friday 15 March and ask everyone to pay a small fee to go non-uniform for the day. To really get in the Red Nose Day spirit, dig out your reddest t-shirt, hat or silly wig and accessorise with deeley boppers.
Bake a difference
Bake, buy or just pay to eat lots of home-made treats. To help get you started, we’ve put together a few easy recipes to make at home or school. You can also print cake labels and bunting to decorate your stall.
Splat the teacher
Water, sponges, some medieval stocks… I think you can see where this is going. Name your price and prepare to get wet, wet, wet. Bring in the big names to really up the ante – we’d definitely pay extra to splat the headteacher.
Put on a show
Ask teachers to channel their inner diva, dancer or comedy genius, then sell tickets and fill the hall for a rip-roaring Red Nose Day show. Let pupils pay to pick a winner or recruit them too for a whole-school extravaganza.
Use these easy ideas to bring in extra cash and smash your target. We’ve done all the prep for you so just download the docs and send your total soaring.
Host a lunchtime quiz, asking teams to pay to play and spectators for donations. As well as three rounds of questions, there’s a word search and other games.
Downloadable quiz pack coming soon
Sell Red Noses
Selling Red Noses is a simple way to kick-start your fundraising. Order your boxes online, pay just £15 now then settle up once you’ve sold them all.
Mallow Meringue or Piña Cake-lada, Sundae Swirl or Bramble Scramble, pay to guess Katherine Ryan’s favourite cupcake, then split the cash – £30 for the winner and £30 for Comic Relief.