Awards of up to £3,000 are given to support STEM through partnerships
Small grants for energy efficiency improvements and/or energy education
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Up to £2,000 for pupils to explore the arts outside the classroom
St Peter's School in Farnham, Surrey organised a hilarious Mad March hair day and made £262
Mayfield Primary School in Lancashire has raised £419 through an ink-cartridge recycling scheme
Robin Hood Primary School set up their own school lottery in 2014, and has since raised £2,400
A special school in Birmingham sought support from sponsors to create an 'independent travel' training area
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The Ogden Trust contributed £2,500 to a science lab at Our Lady and St Kenelm RC School, which benefits over 1,000 pupils at eight schools
Our expert raises over £8,000 a year for his primary school by setting up simple passive income streams. Follow his advice...
The profit you make is the measure of success at your event, so how can you push it further?
For an event that offers family fun and plenty of fresh air, look no further than a campover
Raise children's awareness of animal welfare issues – and raise money – by running a pet show at your school
Balsall Common Primary Academy in Solihull made £200 profit at their Scalextric fundraising night
Director of the UK Crowdfunding Association, Jonathan May answers some frequently-asked crowdfunding questions
Publish a press release to boost support for your campaign
Building a support base – core team, influencers and donors – will ensure the success of your campaign
Allow time to plan and prepare, recruit support, launch and engage donors and finish your campaign successfully