School or youth group fundraising
Get inventive for Henshaws! From bake sales to own clothes days, there's loads of fun ways to get your school or youth group fundraising for Henshaws.
How could your school or group get involved?
Whether its holding a non school uniform day, organising a bag pack, having a bake sale, putting on a talent show or taking on a challenge; the whole school can have fun whilst raising vital funds for Henshaws.
Don’t forget to let us know all about what you’re doing so that we can support you for every step of the way!
We can provide plenty of ideas and the fundraising materials for your event – just fill in the contact form below and a member of the Fundraising Team will get back to you.
Our full list of downloadable fundraising resources:
- A-Z of fundraising materials
- Create your own Henshaws bunting
- Create your own Henshaws cake flags
- Fundraising information booklet
- Henshaws fundraising ’empty belly’ poster (Greater Manchester and Merseyside version)
- Henshaws fundraising ’empty belly’ poster (Yorkshire version)
- Sponsorship form (Greater Manchester and Merseyside version)
- Sponsorship form (Yorkshire version)
- Team Henshaws fundraising welcome booklet
We also have a variety of physical fundraising materials that we can send out to you to help with your fundraising efforts. Download the form below, fill it and and send it to email@example.com to let us know what you would like. You can also call fundraising on 0300 222 5555 to order your kit!Download our fundraising materials order form
How does your fundraising make a difference?
£2 can go towards...
materials that we use in our Arts & Crafts Centre, such as clay or beads to make beautiful works of art.
£5 can help to...
fund a child to join one of the trips out with our Children and Families service, helping to make friends or learn new skills!
£10 can be used to...
help us to run one of our friendships groups, supporting people to know that they are not alone.
£20 can help us to...
deliver our IT sessions, which support people to learn how to use computers to help with their independence.
If your school or group is interested in finding out more about disabilities, we also offer workshop sessions. It's a great way for children to learn more about visual impairments and disabilities in an interactive and informative way, and can be easily tailored for different ages or group sizes.Visit our workshops page for more info