Get your bandana on!
Rock a bandana on 3 March and get creative with your fundraising ideasWear It Out
We have lots of ideas for ways you can fundraise with family, friends and members of your local community, helping us to defeat brain tumours.
We have thought of lots of exciting ideas to inspire your fundraising and would can't wait to hear what you are planning.
Here are some ways to get your school, college or university involved and ideas for fundraising at work. Don't forget to have a look at our free, fundraising resources for extra tips and posters to promote your event.
If you need any help or materials such as balloons, bunting or leaflets, our community team will make sure you have everything you need!
Everyone loves an excuse to dress up! Invite friends, work colleagues or your whole neighbourhood to don their bandanas and pirate gear and come together to help make brain tumours walk the plank for good! Have a look at our bandana decorating inspiration and see how to create a swashbuckling pirate bandana!
Who doesn't like a sweet treat? This Brain Tumour Awareness Month get baking and hold a fundraising coffee morning at work or at home for family and friends.
Contact your local supermarket to ask if you can hold a collection or do a 'bag pack' at their tills for a few hours. We can provide you with t-shirts and buckets to help on the day. You can also volunteer your time as a Collection Box Co-ordinator and help us by placing collection boxes in local business in your community.
Planning a dinner or ball is a great way to bring your family and friends together, to enjoy an evening of food, wine and entertainment while raising vital funds in aid of The Brain Tumour Charity. Find out more about the impact your money makes.
A classic fundraising idea, auctions and raffles work well on their own or as part of another event. Ask friends or local businesses if they would be willing to donate a prize. You could see if your local school, community group, church or work place would let you include one as part of event they are already planning.
If you are celebrating a special birthday, wedding or anniversary, why not remember The Brain Tumour Charity by asking friends and family to give a donation instead of gifts or flowers.
Get your family and friends together for a day of fun and games. Fairground style stalls, face paints, music, a bbq and bouncy castle are all fabulous family fundraising ideas! Sell tickets beforehand and hold a raffle or auction on the day.
Be it football, rugby, tennis or cricket, hosting a match or tournament is a great way to play against friends and attract a crowd of supporters. Charge teams to enter, sell tickets or hold a collection and you will be well on your way to being a premier league fundraiser!
Put on a show and sell tickets to the public. Invite friends to contribute and discover their hidden talents, be it by storytelling, singing, playing an instrument.
Are you daring enough to get sponsored to shave your head or cut off a significant amount hair? It requires a solid dose of bravery and a big smile, a sure fundraising winner though.