There are loads of different ways that you can fundraise for Little Hearts Matter. We have some ideas below but you can get as creative as you like. If you have an idea, let us know and we’ll help you bring it to life!

Big Hearted Bake

Bake sales are great as everyone loves cake and they are really affordable for kids at school. Our Big Hearted Bake pack explains everything you need to know to hold your own bake sale and includes posters for you to advertise it.

Download your fundraising pack

Merchandise sale

Why not take in some of our lovely pin badges and wristbands and sell them during lunch time or at a school fayre? To request some merchandise to sell, please fill out our register your fundraising form and we’ll send you everything you need.

Register your fundraising here

Talent show or concert

Many schools host talent shows and concerts throughout the year and having a collection at a school show is a great way to fundraise. As the school is already hosting the event, all you need is the school’s permission, a couple of the collection buckets, maybe throw in a couple of balloons and posters and you’ve got yourself an LHM fundraiser!

Register your fundraising here

Hold a stall

If there is a fair or event happening in your local community, why not sign up for a stall to raise awareness for LHM? We have a great fundraising pack that includes everything you need to know and can send you any other resources you need.

For more information about fundraising, you can speak to our Senior Fundraiser Bal, or visit the main Fundraising page on the LHM website.



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