Welcome to the team
We're so excited to meet and work with you!
Here you'll find all the resources and information you need to keep in touch with Child.org and fundraise for us effectively through your fundraising challenge.
If there's something missing, please get in touch with Ellie, find contact details at the foot of this page.
Choosing your challenge fundraiser
To complete Chartity Fast-Track, you need to demonstrate that you can recruit and motivate fundraisers in a campaign where they solicit donations in return for taking on a challenge.
Child.org have developed the challenges below over four years of working with Charity Fast-Trackers. If you're not sure which to go for, or want to pitch your own idea, chat to your course facilitators and mentors.
- The Sukuma Wiki Challenge - This is a great challenge if you're hoping to manage a team of busy people who are far apart.
- Walk like a Mum - If organising a simple event appeals to you, then a Walk like a Mum walk is a great option to bring people together.
- Walk with Water - Lots of Child.org fundraising is currently focused around Team Mum - as our priority is to fund mum and baby projects this year. However, if you'd rather not put a big focus on mums for any reason, Walk with Water is a simple alternative.
Dates for your diary
Upcoming oppotunities to meet us and learn more about the charity your're working with...
Child.org drinks, London - If you find yourself in London on the evening of 1st Thursday of the month, come for a drink with us! Details of the next drinks can always be found in "upcoming events" on our Facebook page.
Child.org Q&A, online - Ellie from Child.org will be online on the evening of 6 November to answer all your questions! Check the CFT course platform for details.
Charity Fast-Track Bootcamp, London - We'll be there at Bootcamp on 16 November to meet any of you attending!
The Shindig, London - At the end of January, Child.org will have our annual party, where all supporters are invited to come and discover what we're up to and hear our big plans for the year ahead. The date for this will be announced very soon, we would love to see you there.
You can order fundraising resources from the Child.org shop. If you don't find what you're after, we can usually create printable posters or banners to fit your theme, or provide you with logos and pics to make your own - just get in touch.
You can supply Child.org t-shirts and tote bags to your team members, provided these are used as fundraising incentives (see below). Tell members of your team that when they have raised £150 on their individual page, you will provide them with a lovely tote bag. If they hit £300, you can give them a designer Child.org t-shirt in black or white. Drop us an email when your team hit the targets and we'll send you their prizes. This applies to you too - drop us an email when you hit the milestones on your page and wear Child.org with pride! Please note that the cost of fundraising incentives will be subtracted from your total.
Please note that if your team member does not know they are due a t-shirt when they hit £300 and then you gift it to them - that is not a fundraising incentive! The knowledge that they need to ask for more donations to get their t-shirt to wear on the day should encourage fundraising activity. This makes it worth the cost of the t-shirt to Child.org. These free t-shirts and bags come at a cost to the charity and are not intended as freebies or thank-you gifts. (To thank your team, we'd recommend making brownies or handwritten cards with Baby Box Thank yous!)
Available to borrow from the Child.org office
If you'd like to borrow the following, just let us know:
iZettle card readers (useful if you're doing extra fundraising at an event and wish to take card payments)
Roller banners (we usually only lend these locally as they are pricy to post)
Event space in central London for an event