Fundraising is a great way to have fun while supporting the core services that change the lives of young people.

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Fundraising Ideas

These are some simple ideas that you can do at home or in the office. Whilst requiring little effort you can make huge change.

  • Bake Sale
  • Film Evening
  • Garden Party
  • Hair Shaving
  • Ironing
  • Laugh-a-thon
  • Left-Handed Day
  • Non-Uniform Day
  • No Makeup Day
  • Opera Night
  • Raffle
  • Read-a-Thon
  • Sponsored Silence
  • Unwanted Presents
  • Video-a-Thon
  • Yes! Day

One of the most engaging ways to fundraise is by getting active. Running and marathons have lots of media coverage so getting sponsors is easy!

  • Apple Dunking
  • Abseil
  • Badminton Tournament
  • Car Washing
  • Cycle
  • Dance Marathon
  • Disco
  • Dog Walk
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • Egg and Spoon Race
  • Fun Run
  • Go-Karting
  • Hike
  • Jailbreak
  • Kite Flying
  • Lawn Mowing
  • Marathon
  • Mini-Olympics
  • Obstacle Course
  • Penalty Shoot-Out
  • Rounders Tournament
  • Skydive
  • Triathlon
  • Tug-of-War
  • Volleyball Tournament
  • Yoga Day
  • Zumba-thon
  • Zip Wire Challenge

Get your friends, family and community together by holding an event! Please get in touch with us as this is something we would love to get involved in.

  • Art Exhibition
  • Bake Sale
  • BBQ
  • Bootfair
  • Film Night
  • Indoor Marketing
  • Jumble Sale
  • Karaoke Night
  • Fun Run
  • Pancake Day Party
  • Pet Show
  • Quiz Night
  • Sports Tournaments
  • Variety Show
  • X-Factor Contest
  • Xbox Tournament
  • Zodiac Evening

Get creative at home by putting your skills and hobbies to work.

  • Art Exhibition
  • Jewellery Making
  • Origami
  • Opera Night

KM Charity Team Events

Become a real life canvas and run, jog or walk for charity in our exciting and very popular Colour Run event all in aid of Swale Young People CIC.

This colourful event is being organised by the KM Charity Team and will be held on Sunday June 11th 2017 at the Betteshanger Country Park, Nr Deal.

Dominic Comins from the KM Charity Team urged people to take the challenge and support Swale Young People. “This is a fun opportunity to raise money and fantastic for getting those all important selfies whilst covered in a multitude of different colours.”

Adult participants should aim to raise a minimum of £75 in sponsorship. 70% of the sponsorship goes to Swale Young People and 30% goes to the KM Charity Team or event organising costs. Any profit goes to the road safety department at the KM Charity Team.

Children under 16 do not need to raise any sponsorship money.

You can book your place here.

Riders of all levels are invited to take part in the annual KM Big Bike Ride in Kent to support Swale Young People CIC.

The 50 or 100-kilometer charity ride is being staged by the KM Charity Team and will be held on Sunday 23rd April 2017 starting from Betteshanger Country Park, Deal, Kent.

Simon Dolby from the KM Charity Team urged people to take the challenge to support Swale Young People CIC. “This is a thrilling way to raise money for this excellent cause. The ride will give superb views of our beautiful coastline and countryside as an added perk for participants”, he said.

The two routes of 50 and 100 kilometers have been designed by sportive rider and organiser Andy Croucher of Locks of Sandwich Cycles to be varied and interesting, flat with some occasional hills. The 50km ride will take you through some beautiful Kent countryside and the 100km ride will take you along the coast, through beautiful Kent villages and historical mining communities, a bit of everything with minimal navigation.

70% of sponsorship money raised goes to Swale Young People and 30% goes to support the KM Charity Team and the events running costs. Any profit goes towards the Children’s Road Safety initiatives carried out by the KM Charity Team.

You can book your place on the KM Big Bike Ride here.

Walkers are invited to take part in the annual KM Charity Walk to support Swale Young People.

The annual walk – now in its 22nd year – is staged by the charity department at the KM Group. This year’s big walk is to be held on Sunday June 25th 2017.

Leaving from the beautiful Grade II listed mansion, Mote House, at Maidstone, participants will have the choice of a gentle five-mile route, or a more challenging 10-mile route for keen ramblers.

Both are designed to be varied, interesting and fairly flat with some occasional hills. As always, the walk will take you along the pretty highways and byways of the stunning Kent countryside.

The 10-mile route will take walkers to Leeds Castle and back to the mansion. A barbecue and string quartet await all our walkers on their return to the mansion house, along with a special anniversary medal and goody bag.

To fit in with the anniversary theme walkers are encouraged to wear yellow or gold in some shape or form and prizes will be awarded for the best outfits.

Event organiser Sophie Wallace urged people to take the challenge to support Swale Young People CIC. “This is a lovely and gentle way to raise money for this excellent cause, which can be enjoyed with your family or with a group of friends or colleagues. The walk will give superb views of our beautiful countryside as an added perk for participants”.

All ages are welcome and children under 16 even go free when you book online. 70% of the sponsorship raised will go to Swale Young People CIC, while the remaining 30% will go to the KM Charity Team.

Book your place here.

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