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Fundraising at school
Thank you for thinking of fundraising to support us!
There are so many ways you and your pupils can get involved on a small, medium or even huge scale! You can involve your pupils in fundraising to support the curriculum, to support specific projects, as an optional after school activity or just for fun!
The great thing about fundraising for Children's Hospice South West is that your students will know they are helping other children in their local area. Now that is something they can feel very proud of.
Our events and campaigns give plenty of opportunities for classes of all ages to get involved, from a tasty bake sale to taking part in our 2k Santa run..
If you're looking for your Charity of the Year, we would love for you to choose us! We have loads of resources to support your fundraising activities.
This is a great introduction to the charity and who we are. We may have an community fundraiser in your area who could deliver an age appropriate and informative talk.
We have materials such as an A-Z of fundraising ideas, poster and press release templates, sponsor forms and logos, these are all available for you to download from our website.
Your local Community Fundraiser would be happy to help support you along the way, so please don't hesitate to get in contact. We will provide all fundraising materials that you need to help make your event a success and ensure that your pupils have lots of information about the charity to help educate and inspire them.
Latest school news
Sandy Hill’s Fundraising Success
In November, Senior Community Fundraiser for CHSW Sarah Stott visited the school and told the pupils all about the work of the charity and how it supports local children with life limiting illnesses and their families.
On Monday 7 November the school organised a day of fundraising activities and managed to raise a fantastic £694 from a raffle, cake sale and also a sponsored run.
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Constantine School's phizz-whizzing fancy dress for Roald Dahl centenary
It was a gloriumptious day for the children of Constantine School on Friday who dressed up as their favourite Roald Dahl characters to celebrate the author's 100th birthday.
The beloved author was actually born on September 13, but the school decided to hold the event last week, allowing children time to create their costumes and wear them in for a £1 donation to the Children's Hospice South West, a charity chosen by the children of the school council.
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