Festive fundraising

The giving season is upon us! If you’re wondering how you can raise money for premature or sick babies this season, we’ve got some social-distancing-friendly festive fundraising ideas for you.

Holding an event for Bliss is a perfect opportunity to get family, friends and colleagues feeling festive, which is what this season is all about! So why not try one or more of our festive fundraisers today.

Party Time

Get Active

  • Challenge yourself to Go The Distance but make it festive, dress up in a Santa Suit or your most outrageous Christmas Jumper
  • Take the plunge - if you live near the sea or swimming ponds, why not get sponsored for wild swimming challenge. Perhaps a Boxing Day Dip!

Dress Up

  • Have a Christmas Jumper Day at work! Everyone pays £2 to take part, and best/worst jumper gets a prize! Make sure you have lots of Zoom/Teams meetings booked if you're working from home.

Get Creative

  • If you knit, crochet or sew, could you use your creativity to raise money for premature or sick babies? Hold a raffle and make the prizes yourself. Alternatively, gift your friends and family with your creations in return for donations to Bliss.
  • Decorate your house, go overboard with Fairy lights and festive cheer. Ask anyone who enjoyed for donations to Bliss.

Light up the night

  • Organise a Bliss Little Lights walk. Use your torches, lanterns and glow-sticks to light up the night for premature or sick babies this Christmas.

Give away

  • Make your own festive hamper. Choose what items you want to include, decorate it with festive cheer and hold a raffle or zoom Auction to raise some money for Bliss.

Register your festive fundraiser today

The Bliss Events Team are on hand with more ideas, materials and plenty of support in the build up to your event. Let us know what you have planned so we can support your fundraising as much as possible!
Register your festive fundraiser

Festive fundraising ideas

Spread the joy of the festive season with these wonderful Christmas tree cards, designed by two-year-old Rosie-Mae, born 14 weeks premature.