Fundraise at School

Could pay for a girl's education up to the high school level for up to a year.


Could help feed 5 girls with nutritional meals so they can continue with their education.
Could pay for a girl's education up to the high school level for up to a year.


Several Schools have identified creative and productive ideas for fundraising for RESCUEMISSION Supporting OUR WORK throughout the school year enables us to help more children to survive, thrive and become independent in their adult lives.

RESCUEMISSION couldn’t help children in the poorest part of the world without your support. It is amazing to see many school combining learning with having fun through charity activities that raise money to support other children in other parts of the world and at the same finding out about the lives of other children.

Our Fundraising Team is at hand to support schools and group of students to hold their own charity events & fundraisers. The team will support you with a study guide on how to organise charity fundraising activities such as charity sale, to traditional festival celebrations and weekend bake sale. Whether you’ve organise fundraising activities for us in the past, or you’re planning new fund raising activities, RESCUEMISSION would love to have you on board. Our team would work together with you to help build better and meaningful futures for poor families and children everywhere.

Contact us today via email: 
fundraising@rescuemission.co.uk or call 0203 643 5295.


RESCUEMISSIONFundraising Team have compiled a range of fundraising ideas to help schools – pupils and students – to organise charity fundraising activities in a fun way!  Below are resources and ideas for fundraising in schools.

Fundraising Ideabox – The ideabox contains lots of great fundraising materials to provide ideas that are useful for Planning fundraising events! We’re here to work together for a common cause.

Baking Sale Day  Get involved. Put on the baking aprons and get baking – the cakes, muffins, cookies to help change lives. Develop your baking skills, have fun and at the same time help to transform lives in the poorest part of the world.   

Non-Uniform Day – You can dress to school in traditional clothes to represent the cultures and countries of the world and invite parents and celebrities to donate. The School organisers may ask pupils to donate £1 for a non-uniform day. 

Christmas Jumper Day – During the festive season, schools can undertake fundraising to support specific courses. Christmas Jumper Day are popular and pupils, parents and teachers can donate £1 or clothes to send to children in other parts of the world. 

Sports Day –  Fundraising on Sports Day enables parents and their children to engage in sport challenges. You can ask pupils, parents and attendee to donate to enter. 

Talent Show – Our team can support you to organise Talent Shows and get your pupils to showcase their skills and talents. Parents can come along and make donations to the charity.  

You can register with us to get free fundraising pack with resources to make your fundraising event a success!


RESCUEMISSION Fundraising Team are available to support you to develop fundraising ideas. There are several lesson resources help make your event as educational as possible. Also, there are speakers who can come and talk to your group about how they raise funds to support specific causes of their choice.

There are excellent who would love to come and speak to your students about our work during school assemblies.

To book a speaker to visit your school, contact our team 0203 643 5295 or email: fundraising@rescuemission.co.uk

Our Team will put in touch with a local fundraising expert who will be able to give you dedicated support.

If you’re planning a fundraising event and need inspiration or want to organise fundraising but you’re not sure how to go about it, then get in touch and book a speaker or a member of staff who will give ideas for some great ways to raise money.

Quick fundraising tips to get started

  1. Sign up to one of our events or challenges, or you can even set up your own fundraiser
  2. Make sure to set up your JustGiving page so people can easily sponsor you
  3. Tell people why! Add a bit about why you are fundraising for Concern – and don’t forget to add a photo. People with a photo will raise on average 15% more!
  4. Sponsor yourself! This shows you are committed, and people who do so tend to raise twice as much!
  5. Don’t be afraid to share, either on social media, email or in person
  6. Think of interesting ways to get people excited about your fundraising and wanting to sponsor you, we’ve got a couple of ideas on our A to Z of fundraising.
  7. In a world of social media, it’s really easy to keep everyone updated on your progress and you can also encourage others to get involved
  8. Get in touch with our team to get hold of promotional materials or support you may need

More fundraising tips

How to guides

From training for a marathon to setting up a fundraising page, check out our ‘How to guides’ to make the most of your fundraising.

A to Z fundraising

Use this easy guide to fundraising to help gain sponsorshio

Start your own fundraiser

Find out how to bake, quiz or skydve your way to tackling extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries.