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Do your own fundraising

 Take a look at the ways you can get involved and raise money to support the fight for your world.

Games and Quizzes


Organise a quiz and test people’s knowledge. You could include an animal themed round by using our fascinating animal facts or simply take a look at our readily available quizzes.

Sports day

What games will you include? The three-legged race, an obstacle course, hula hooping or the classic egg and spoon race. Get competitive and ask players to donate if they get knocked out. 

All things food

Bake sale

Whisk up some cakes, cookies, scones or other tasty treats. Go to the next level by baking animal themed goodies. 

Dinner party.

Throw a dinner party for friends or family who donate to your fundraising. Why not theme each course around a different country’s cuisine? For inspiration, check out our planet-friendly recipes.

Give it up 

Chocolate, meat or your favourite food or drink. Whatever it is, ask your family to sponsor you while you give it up for a month. You could even give up multiple items or try going vegan.

Sustainable ideas

Swap shop

Swap clothes, toys, books, you name it at a swap party. You’ll help to stop items going to landfill and can get donations from entry fees to the party. Why not use our invitations to spread the word and our swap shop guide to help you plan!

Litter pick

A great group activity. Get sponsored to clean your local park, river or beach and help nature at the same time.  

Get crafty

Get creative by recycling items you have around the home to create new decorations or gifts, to sell on. Remember the most sustainable option is using what you already own.

Host an event


Use your artistic flair to help our world. Plan an exhibition or auction of your artwork. Share the event using our promotional posters and donate the proceeds.

Glitz and glamour

Organise your own gala evening or event such as an animal masquerade ball. Raise money through ticket sales, you could even host a raffle on the night. Let people know how the money you raise can help WWF’s work, using our guide.

An evening of entertainment

Ask local bands or comedians to perform or set up an open mic night within your community. Charge a fee for the ticket. 

Two boys stood on top of a pie of rocks with a hilly background and blue skies

Read about the Bone family's fantastic fundraising

The Bone family decided they would like to try and climb up Scafell Pike as it is the tallest mountain in England. The route is 9km long with 950 metres of climbing. It was certainly a challenge because they had never climbed any really tall mountains before and they hoped people would sponsor them to do it. 

It took most of the day, but they managed to complete it and raised £690 for WWF. It was the biggest challenge they have done in their lives. The last few hundred metres were really difficult, but when they reached the top the view was amazing. They could see as far as the Isle of Man, the North of Wales and the South of Scotland. They were so happy that they had made it all the way to the top. Getting back down was the hardest part because their legs were so tired by the end. 

Can you be like the Bone family and go above and beyond to fundraise for WWF UK? Grab your free fundraising pack to get you started.

Got a question?

If you can't find an answer to your query in our fundraising FAQs, get in touch and we'll be happy to help you on your fundraising journey. You can contact us here.

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