Sponsor a Participant
Need ideas to get started on your fundraising efforts? Here are some of the events that schools have organized in the past!
A Play Day is an event where Right To Play games are used to mobilize schools and communities around a particular issue or simply to promote awareness of Sport for Development, Right To Play and physical activity. To raise money, simply ask students for a small fee to participate in the Play Day. It is a great way to kick off or end the school year!
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Sport tournaments are a popluar way to fundraise for Right To Play. Choose a sport and organize a tournament around it. Ask students to collect sponsorships from friends and family members. It's fun and easy!
Put on your dancing shoes and dance your hearts' out! Ask for individual sponsors as students endure hours of dancing!
Sell some delicious treats at your school and donate the proceeds to Right To Play. Ask students to bring in sweets to sell, or bake something as a class!
By organizing this event, it challenges students to do activities continously for 24 hours. It can range from one to a mix of activities. Funds can be raised with registration fees or sponsorship of teams/individuals.
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