Do 100 of anything!
Build 100 sandcastles, bake 100 brownie bites, write 100 words about your favourite holiday…
There are so many ways to raise funds for the Family Holiday Association, between Friday 30th April and Monday 3rd May!
Sir Tom’s family are encouraging Britain to raise funds in his memory on the anniversary of his first inspiring walk and his 100th birthday. 100 is the clear theme, so why not try and raise funds by doing 100 of, well, anything…
Sir Tom’s daughter, Hannah Ingram-Moore, has said that last year ‘the unity of the family held us together’. Give other families the chance to strengthen their family bonds and have a break by taking part in 100 of anything for the Family Holiday Association.
1) Choose your challenge – check out our ideas and templates
Take a look at our ideas of 30 things you could do in hundreds and pick your challenge! We’ve got templates of seaside-themed bunting, and a 100-letter seaside scavenger hunt to help you give your challenge a Family Holiday Association feel.
2) Set up your fundraising page and set your target
Set up a fundraising page on JustGiving or Virgin Money Giving with details of your challenge, and set yourself a fundraising target. In the spirit of the challenge, you could set yourself a target of £100 which would give two families the chance to have a great day out! Raising £250 means you will help one family to have a short break, or a target of £300 means you’ll give six families the chance to have a day out of fun.
3) Tell all your friends and family that you’re fundraising!
Share your fundraising page with your friends and family and post it on your social media channels. Don’t forget to keep everyone updated as you start the challenge and let them know how you’re getting on with photo updates.
Thank you so much for choosing to fundraise for the Family Holiday Association. You will be raising money to help struggling families benefit from a much-needed break. For many, it will be the first time they have ever spent time away from home, seen the sea or played in the sand.
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