To do the work we do to support children costs money. Our projects are carefully planned to be very cost effective. Even small amounts of money can make a huge difference to a child’s life. Here are a few ways you can get invovled and help to fundraise for our work.
There are a number of special fundraising appeals that help support the work we do with children. These help us to provide ongoing financial support to our work.
Win a Mini First help a child in Zambia.
Last year our raffle to win a Fiat 500 helped to raise over £800 for our work – with no outlay and a brilliant prize. This year our Car draw is back and you can win a Mini First – tickets in our drawer are just £2. For every £2 ticket sold £1.90 will go to our work to support children.
Mulenga is just 3 years old. She has never known freedom. She was born in prison. Mulenga is a victim of the circumstances. Her mother was caught stealing to feed her family – now locked up she looks after Mulenga who was born in prison. For just £10 All Star...
Did you know you can fundraise for All Star Kids online? In fact some of these will not even cost you a penny but will help to raise money for the work we do with children.
Search the Net - Many people use Google to search online. Did you know that our online search uses Google – you get exactly the same result but we can get some money? Raise money for free, why not set it as your homepage, set your search engine to us www.fightthefamine.com
Sell your stuff on Ebay - Get rid of those unwanted items you have at home and help raise money for All Star Kids. By using Mission Fish you can either...
Win a Brand New Fiat 500 and help us educate street children in Zambia.
The draw took place on 1st October 2009 at the FSI Sharing the Best Forum. We are delighted to announce that the winner and the new owner of the beautiful Fiat 500 is Adelle Coakley.
The FSI helped over 400 small charities to raise over £72,000 for their causes without cost to them by giving their supporters the chance to win a Fiat 500, kindly donated by Zurich. Supporters bought £2 tickets on- or off-line to be in with a chance of winning the car while the small charity received a whopping 95.2% of every ticket sold.
We are branching out! As a tree grows, the branches expand and explore new areas. All Star Kids, a charity tree with firm roots would like to branch out and expand.
Kambidima Wotela, a trustee based in South Africa, is looking to ignite the South African branch of All Star Kids. To do this, I am looking for people who share a passion of improving lives of children. More than ever, children need us to help them overcome their poor start in life. All you need is a passion and drive to develop into a Robin Hood. Get from those who have an excess and give to those in need.
Could you be this person?...
As a small taster to help your creative juices flow – here are 100 hundred fundraising ideas that are simple! Do you have any others? Why not leave a comment with your idea? Have your tried one of these out? Did it work? Leave your thoughts and comments below.
1. Collecting boxes in company offices, reception areas and canteens
2. Bring and buy sales
3. Coffee mornings
4. Organise a sponsored walk
5. Charity lunches (usually PR occasions with guests being invited to contribute)
6. Private charity dinners (invite friends to dinner on the understanding that they will
7. Games of...