Fundraising ideas

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Here are some ideas for events you could organise to raise money for Age NI.

Get your work colleagues involved, round up your friends and family and involve any groups and clubs of which you're a member. It's all for a great cause!

We are here to help with advice, ideas and support as well as posters, collection tins, balloons and sponsorship forms. Let us know what your plans are and how we can help you – drop us an email at

Easter Egg-stravaganza!

Why not hold an Easter fundraiser? Organise egg-painting, hide miniature chocolate eggs for people to find or create a treasure hunt by leaving clues around a local park.

The Great Cake Bake

Encourage your colleagues to bring in home-baked (or shop-bought) goodies to sell in the office. It’s a simple way to raise money and will perk up the morning coffee break! 

Get quizzical

Quiz nights take place in pubs across the country and are always popular.  Why not organise your own and raise funds for Age NI? 

Jumble sale

One person’s rubbish is another’s treasure. Get people to bring all the things they no longer use and sell them to raise money for Age NI. 

Hold a fête

You could sell homemade products like crafts and traditional foods from other countries or set up a face painting stall for children. 

Go wild

Let your imagination run wild - your event can involve absolutely anything you can think of! 

Get in touch

If you are interested in supporting Age NI we would love to hear from you.  Please contact us on 028 9024 5729 or email 
Age NI Advice Line:
0808 808 7575

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