Easy Fundraising Ideas

Easy fundraising  for your school with Auntie Julie

Would you like an easy fundraising idea?

Are your children too young for a traditional ‘school disco’?

Please read on.

big discos and small children don't always mix
Big discos and small children don’t always mix

Did you get an email today from Auntie Julie?

If you did you will now have a nice hot cup of coffee and a pile of chocolate digestives.

Easy fundraising
Enjoy

So what is the big idea?

It is very simple.

Book a party for your school with Auntie Julie. Invite  your nursery class and KS1 and make some easy money for the school.

In return Auntie Julie will give you 1 1/2 hours of entertainment. That’s a 45 minute magic show and a mini disco with party dances and games. I suggest a 10 minute break in the middle when the noise level can drop and the children have a snack.

So what’s the catch?

Sorry, but it is not free.

My charge for this fundraising event is simply £2 per head with a minimum of 50 children.

How much can you make for you school?

If you were to charge, say, £5 a head including snacks your school can make £100 per 50 children attending.

The dreaded terms and conditions

This event has to take place before the end of June 2018. It can either be during the school day or any day after school ( no weekends, sorry.)

This has to be a school fundraising event and not a private party.

The children must be suitably supervised and I  would suggest a maximum of 150 children per session

The show is suitable for children from 3-8 but I’m happy to have children younger and older children if properly supervised.

I ask for a £50 deposit when booking with the remaining money given within 7 days of the event.

 

How to book

Just give Auntie Julie a call 07880741920 or drop her an email at [email protected]

Christmas Shows

Auntie Julie still has some days available for her Christmas show.

The cost of a 45 minute show is £150. To book her for the whole day ( up to 5 shows) £500.

Please give her a call to check availability