Fundraising ideas for companies

Fundraising ideas for companies

Our top 10 fundraising ideas for companies:

Bowling tournament
Employees put together their bowling team and donate to take part or create a pledge system, e.g., for every strike made. Offer a prize for the winning team.

Challenge event
Cycle, run, swim, climb, abseil, parachute…the list is endless! Organise a group challenge or brave it alone whilst raising vital funds for KCS.

Company picnic and raffle
Ask employees to bring an item for the picnic. Employees can invite their family and friends and ask all who attend to buy a raffle ticket to try and win fun prizes. You may also like to organise other activities on the day such as an egg and spoon race or pie eating contest.

Bingo night
Set up a bingo night for employees. Everyone makes a donation at the door for their bingo cards. Offer small, fun prizes for bingo winners.

Team challenge
Stir up a bit of competition amongst employees by organising a team challenge event such as a sports match or It’s a Knockout. Employees bet on their favourite team to win and team members donate or gain sponsorship to take part.

Photo competition
Ask employees to bring in a baby picture so everyone can have a go at matching the baby with the relevant employee. Ask for a donation to take part with prizes for those who guess correctly.

Auction 
Try to source some exciting prizes and hold an auction at a company event, such as a dinner, or organise a silent auction in the workplace. An auction of promises can be a fun alternative; employees offer their skills such as gardening and cooking or auction extra annual leave which is always a winner!

Coffee morning
Organise a coffee morning at the workplace. Ask employees to bake cakes and make a donation in exchange for a slice.

Sweepstake
Sweepstakes are really easy to set up and you can do one for just about anything. For example, how many sweets are in the jar or guess the weight of an item. Employees make a donation for their guess and win a prize for guessing correctly.

Sponsored walk
Choose an interesting walking route and offer shorter and longer alternatives. Ask employees to take part with their friends and family by either gaining sponsorship or donating to take part.