At your school
Schools, nurseries, colleges and universities provide invaluable support to Rockinghorse.
We work closely with our education partners to help make life better for sick children in Sussex through a variety of fundraising initiatives. If your school, nursery group, college or university would like to find out more about getting involved with Rockinghorse, please call us on 01273 330044, or contact our Schools & Community Fundraising Manager, Hollie Trezise, by email; email@example.com.
Nominate Rockinghorse as your Charity of the Year
Many schools now choose to nominate a Charity of the Year which allows staff and pupils to focus their fundraising efforts to a particular cause and something that the whole school can contribute towards. During this year, your school can pledge to raise a certain amount of money via a number of fundraising ideas and events.
Get involved in a Rockinghorse event
Throughout the year we host various fundraising events such as our Dress as an Elf annual Christmas dress-down day, perfect for staff and pupils to get involved in. We also have places available in many of our challenge-led events, such as marathons, cycles and treks which many teachers to choose to get involved in. Find out more about our upcoming events by clicking here.
Hold your own Rockinghorse event
Organising your own charity event is a fun and great way to raise money. Whether it’s a bake sale, football tournament or raffle, we can offer you support and fundraising advice along the way. We’ll provide you with a fundraising tool kit, literature and information on Rockinghorse, t-shirts, balloons, collection boxes and an official logo. Please contact Liz via the details above to find out more.
Fundraising tool kit
We’ve put together a free fundraising pack which has everything you need to start fundraising for Rockinghorse at your school, nursery, college or university. Please contact us via the details at the top of the page to request yours. The pack includes:
- Information about the charity – what we do and why
- What your donation could help us buy
- Fundraising ideas
- A step-by-step guide to creating your own fundraising event
- An example of a press release
- The do’s and don’ts of fundraising
We have put together a lesson plan for teachers to help inspire their students about the importance of charity and fundraising. The plans are designed to meet learning outcomes for Citizenship on the National Curriculum and are available for Keys stages 1 and 2. Please contact Liz via the details at the top of the page to request yours.