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Fundraising Activity Badge

How to earn your badge

  1. Identify and organise a fundraising initiative for either:
    • The Scout Association, to promote and grow Scouting nationally, or your local group to pay for something like new equipment or a new roof. You could even fundraise for both.
    • another UK registered charity.
  2. Think of a short reason that tells potential donors about your chosen cause. It must be inspiring and clear to raise the most money.
  3. Set a target and a date by which you’ll have raised the money. We suggest a minimum of £100.
  4. Write a short report about your fundraising challenge and submit it to your leader, Troop Forum or Patrol Leaders’ Council. Detail the cost versus the amount raised and give three top tips that could help other fundraisers.


 

Guidance for Leaders

Fundraising for The Holiday Homes Trust

The Holiday Homes Trust specialise in providing family holiday accommodation in wheelchair adapted caravans for all families or individuals whose lives are disadvantaged in any way – be it through family illness, disability, additional needs, frailty or low income.  The Trust provides the opportunity for every single family member to enjoy freedom and life away from the daily stresses of the home environment.

This year the Trust are in the process of trying to raise funds to purchase a caravan at Golden Sands Holiday Park which is in Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire. The park is fully accessible for wheelchair users and the beach is across the road. 

If you would like to raise funds for The Holiday Homes Trust please contact them for further information on 020 8433 7290/1 or scout.holiday.homes@scouts.org.uk.  Any donations can be sent to us at Holiday Homes Trust, Gilwell Park, Chingford, London, E4 7QW.

Members of The Scout Association are entitled to book a holiday with us and you would receive a 5% discount too.

Flexibility

Each young person who participates in the Programme, including badges and awards, should face a similar degree of challenge, and requirements can be adapted according to each young person’s abilities. For more information and practical tips see our guidance on flexibility

 

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