Fundraising Fandangos.

Fundraising Fandangos.

March 11, 2012 Old Blog Pre India Uncategorized 2

As a very excitable member of the Chennai Challenge Team 2K12 (<< does this make me cool!?) I have decided to waffle about fundraising, primarily to keep Isaac (my Team Leader) happy, and perhaps because I find it therapeutic, Ladies and Gentlemen you have been warned. >.<

Basically, insane as it sounds I have spent this past weekend perfecting my baking skills for mass baking my next baking sale at church after the service (after the 10.30am service St.Lawrence, Gnosall, Sunday 22nd April << PLEASE COME!) my arm is hanging by a thread, so to speak. That said, I fear there was probably little point considering I am getting help from the Youth Church group but at least my brother was happy, walking into my kitchen to find a mountain of muffins, literally.

However, I am proud to announce that I am well on the way to the £1000 mark, and hopefully after sending some letters to people in high places, that last £400 should come rolling in, however the key word to note is ‘hopefully’, otherwise I forsee frantic weekends baking my arms off, or being sponsered to come into school in various novelty costumes (perhaps a sari? Very appropriate I think 😉 .)

To cease my wafflings, I would like people to comment some ideas to help me fundraise, considering the policy ‘minimum effort, maximum yield’.

Good Evening Bloggers!

Kate xx

 

2 Responses

  1. Cathy Short says:

    Since you have perfected your baking skills and have a mountain of muffins, why not try and sell them to your mates at school? Check with someone in charge first though, so as you don’t get in trouble!

  2. Isaac Jones says:

    MINIMUM EFFORT, MAXIMUM YIELD!!

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