Schools Fundraising

Dressing up, dressing down, swimming, baking or wishing – we have an activity for every school. From the smallest class to the largest school, let’s work together to support more bereaved children every year.

Please see below for a selection of ways schools can fundraise for Winston’s Wish.

Charity of the Year

Get your school, class or year group involved and jazz up your timetable with a year’s worth of fun and exciting activities! We provide the resources, ideas and activities for a great year partnering with Winston’s Wish. For more information, contact us using the form below.

charity of the year fundraising for Winston's Wish

‘Wear W’ Day

Wellies, Wigs, Wands… everyone loves to dress up! Why not take host a Winston’s Wish ‘Wear W Day’! All your school children need to do is dress up in something beginning with the letter W. Dress up for the day and raise vital funds for Winston’s Wish, each child pays £1 to take part.

Wear 'W' Day - schools fundraising for Winston's Wish

Great British Brekkie

From the 3rd to the 9th of July we are asking everyone to hold their own Great British Brekkie! Join in and help us raise much-needed funds and let‘s all revive the tradition of the Great British breakfast! This can be anything from a traditional full English to a good ol’ cuppa and toast! Let your imagination get boiling!

Great British Brekkie - fundraise for Winston's Wish

Wish Upon a Star

Do something magical for bereaved children and have a Wish Upon a Star tree in your school this Christmas. Our Christmas campaign invites you to decorate stars with wishes, messages, special memories or drawings to add that special touch to your tree.

wish Upon a star fundraise for winston's wish

Schools Testimonial

“We felt that Winston’s Wish was the perfect fit for Charity of the Year at our school. There were so many exciting things to be a part of and the kids loved the variety of activities. We felt that it really was a two-way partnership, with support from Winston’s Wish representative Chloe who came in to explain to the children what their fundraising efforts would help to achieve.”



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