There are heaps of ways you can raise money at your school, work place or sports club. Here are a few ideas:
- 1. Office Olympics: Hold your own Olympics with these wacky categories: office chair racing, bin basketball, hallway hopscotch, spacehoppers, and three - legged race.
- 2. Question of Sport: put your colleagues to the test with a sport-themed quiz.
- 3. Hold a tournament: 5 a-side football, netball, badminton, or even dodge ball! Whether it's in the car park, leisure centre or staff canteen, challenge your workmates to don their track suits and raise lots of cash.
- 4. Go old-school! Hold an old-fashioned sports day, complete with egg-and-spoon race, 3-legged race and sack race.
- 5. Challenge your boss: to a penalty shoot-out with your boss in goal!
- 6. Sport themed mufti day - dress as your favourite sports star - prize for the best dressed.
- 7. Hold a Gladiator-style challenge - compete against your comrades in 'The Duel', 'The Wall' or 'The Eliminator'!
- 8. Have a competition to see who can do the most keepy uppies, volleys or baskets...
- 9. Get sponsored to take up a personal challenge - cycle to Paris, climb Ben Nevis or run a marathon.
- 10. Lift toll - take the stairs instead.
- 11. Walk/run/cycle to work & donate the fare to the Steve Redgrave Fund.
- 12. Pedometer challenges - have a 'walk off' who can walk the most in a day at work.
Here are some tools to help you on your way.
Collect sponsorship online by creating your own justgiving page.
Pay your money in or make a donation
Where the money goes
The Steve Redgrave Fund aims to use the power of sport and sporting activity to bring about positive change in the lives of disadvantaged children, young people and their communities.
The Steve Redgrave Fund supports community groups, small charities and schools in areas of economic or social deprivation, predominately in the UK, who utilise sport and sporting activities - especially but not exclusively rowing - to promote physical and emotional well being, the inclusion of people having difficulties in their lives, community cohesion, and education.