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Organise an Event


Anyone can organise or participate in fundraising events – let us help you to find the best type of event for you. We’ll also help out in any way we can with ideas and support. Why not download our Fundraising and Supporters Pack to get you started?




Do you have a passion or hobby like swimming, singing, playing an instrument, drawing, knitting, climbing or riding a unicycle?

Whatever your talent, you can put on your own sponsored event and raise money!

If you would like to know more please contact our Events Team via: [email protected]


Putting on an event at your school is a great way to raise money AND awareness.

By bringing together children, educators, parents and the local community you can help contribute to the growing movement against cyberbullying.

Here are just some of the ideas you could try at your school:

  • Non-uniform day/Themed dressing day – classmates can pay a small donation to participate!
  • School performance – dance, sing, or tell jokes for Cybersmile.
  • Bring and buy sale – clear out the closet and help raise vital funds.
  • School quiz – class teams pay to play for the title.
  • Staff fancy dress day – pupils pay; teachers play!

Or maybe you’ve got some of your own fundraising ideas?

However you’d like to help, please contact us at: [email protected] to find out how we can help you to make your Cybersmile fundraising event a success… and lots of fun!


Corporate fundraising events are positive, rewarding and fun – and great for bringing work colleagues together.

Raising money for Cybersmile is a wonderful way for your organisation to give back to the community and help fight a problem that affects many families.

A few fundraising ideas for your office:

  • The 50/50 club – put a small amount into a pot regularly. Each month a winner is drawn and they win half the pot; Cybersmile the other half.
  • Dress day – pay to wear different clothes to work. Choose from “jeans days” to full fancy dress or themed days.
  • Auction – the boss could auction a day off, or employees could auction promises like ‘make drinks for all colleagues for a week’!