Apprentice Challenge

What can you turn your £30 into...
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The Challenge

The Apprentice challenge, should you choose to accept it, calls for a team of 5+ to turn £30 into as much money as you can to raise funds for the Hospice.

You will be allocated 6 weeks in which to complete the challenge. After this time, send the money into us, being sure to let us know what creative way you’ve made money and we can add you to our leader board!
Why not make it into a competition between friends or colleagues

Follow these simple steps to get started...

  1. Fill in the application form to let us know you want to take part in the challenge or alternatively call or pop into the Hospice.

  2. We can then send you the £30 needed to start the challenge (please note that at the end of the allocated time scale you will be required to send a minimum of £30 back).

  3. Get planning and fundraising!

  4. At the end of your 6 weeks, send the money raised into us and we will add you to our leader board!

There are plenty of things you can do to raise money but if you’re struggling for ideas here’s some we’ve come up with...
 
Bake sale - use the £30 to buy ingredients
Raffle – Buy some ticket books and ask friends and family to donate prizes
Car wash – Use the £30 to buy equipment
Coffee morning – use the £30 to buy refreshments 
Craft stall – buy craft supplies and sell them at a craft fair

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