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Step-by-step: beetle drive

A beetle drive is a lively and sociable game, which involves rolling dice and drawing a beetle

Step-by-step: bingo event

A bingo event, either for children or families, is simple way to raise money for your school

Running a raffle

Running a raffle at events can boost profits, but what legal requirements do schools need to adhere to?

Boosting profits

The profit you make is the measure of success at your event, so how can you push it further?

Step-by-step: swishing

A swishing (or clothes-swapping) party is a fun way to raise money for your cause

Pantomime

Wallace Fields Infant School in Surrey raised £420 profit with their annual pantomime event

Step-by-step: silent auction

A silent auction allows you to be more creative with prizes, and offers great profit potential

NABAS advice: Balloon releases

Balloon releases may look spectacular, but can also harm the environment – find out how you can reduce the risks

Step-by-step: ceilidh

A ceilidh is a traditional Gaelic gathering, which promises lots of fun for the whole family

Step-by-step: sponsored walk

A sponsored walk promotes exercise and is a simple way to raise funds for your school

Step-by-step: music festival

Music festivals are a wonderful way to raise money whilst bringing the community together

Step-by-step: circus

A circus is a surprisingly easy and profitable fundraiser to organise for your school

Step-by-step: campover

For an event that offers family fun and plenty of fresh air, look no further than a campover

Scalextric night

Balsall Common Primary Academy in Solihull made £200 profit at their Scalextric fundraising night

Secondhand sales

Secondhand sales are a popular way for schools to raise funds, but don't fall foul of legal requirements