Roll the dice and raise some cash for children with only half a heart.

Hold a Games Night In, get your friends over, play some of your favourite games and have a great time, all whilst raising money to support children with half a heart. The best bit is – absolutely everyone can get involved!

All you have to do is:

  • Decide on a date to host your Games Night In
  • Invite your friends
  • Ask them to donate what they can to Little Hearts Matter. They can do this before your event on your fundraising page or on the night.
  • Send in your donations

Download your Handmade Hearts fundraising pack below:

Games Night In poster


Games Night In bunting


Games Night In quiz


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