Abseil down a local landmark or join in a group event and raise funds en masse.
Why not get fit by organising an aerobics session? Get your family and friends involved too; it's great to fundraise together!
Are you a keen artist? Put on an art exhibition and charge a small entrance fee or sell your work.
Creative and keen to organise an event? Why not hold an arts and crafts fair? Hire pitches to local craftsmen and women and set up activities to do on the day for people that attend.
Grab your gavel and start selling. Auctions are a fun and easy way to raise money for charity.
Great for offices, you can incentivise the scheme with prizes. If you don't own a bad tie, just visit a local charity shop – that way you can help two charities!
Many supermarkets let fundraisers pack bags for charity and allow you to ask their customers for donations. Why not pop in and find out if yours will support you?
Hold a charity BBQ. You could also run a competition for Best Burger.
Get friends, family, and colleagues to sponsor your next ride. Alternatively, arrange a mass sponsored ride!
No times, no pressure, no sweat – just some easy moves and lots of laughs!
Too many books and not enough space? Organise a book sale at your village hall or community centre.
Ever popular, the traditional 'bring and buy' sale is a great opportunity to sell any unwanted quality goods and pick up a bargain for yourself. Food stalls always do well – think cakes, jams and chutneys.
Ask your friends, family, or colleagues to bake a cake to sell (either whole or by the slice). Great for the office or at home!
If you've got lots of unwanted items, take them along to a car boot sale and donate the proceeds.
Why not offer to clean cars for a fee, or ask for a donation to Beat. You could charge your teachers, friends, and family to wash their cars, or even your local supermarket if you can set up in their car park and ask their customers.
Coffee, tea, biscuits, and cakes make for a great coffee morning! Organise one at home or alternatively find a local village or church hall in which to host. Cake and bric-a-brac stands also work well at these types of events.
Harness your inner Tony Manero and dance off for charity!
Why not hold a darts tournament in your local pub or social club and ask the them or a local business to donate a prize for the winner?
Get your mates round for a Come Dine With Me style evening. You could ask them to pay what they think the meal is worth and donate the money to Beat. Or maybe you'd prefer a safari dinner party where you go to a different house for each course?
Put on those dancing shoes and dance the night away!
Get competitive with a "cutest pet" game at work or school. We love to see our supporters' pets - why not share on Twitter?
Whether there’s a theme or you just want to go casual, this is always popular whether at school or work.
Want an idea for school fundraising? Set up an Easter egg hunt with fun clues for the kids.
Don't crack under pressure! Race your friends and family.
Save the unbroken eggs from the egg and spoon race and get creative with your paints.
Take dress down Friday to the extreme! Onesies, pyjamas, or superheroes are always winners.
Why not put your creative talents to the test and organise a fashion show? You could charge an entry fee and invite the wider community to see your fabulous designs.
Stock up on popcorn and host a film night for friends and family. Sell the popcorn and drinks (at a huge mark-up!) and charge an entry fee.
Whether it’s around the park or something longer, there are plenty of options for every level of fitness. Find out more about Beat’s running events.
Why not set up a garage sale at home and then invite people to come along and buy? Don't forget to put out flyers and advertise!
Go pro at a golf club or get silly at your nearest crazy golf course!
Sell tickets to guess the weight of a jar of sweets, a cake, a car, or anything else that takes your fancy.
Go bald for Beat! We can help with sponsorship forms too.
If you have horses or ride, why not put on a gymkhana at your local stable yard?
Share a selfie, donate, then nominate a friend.
Perfect for summer!
An unforgettable adventure across a volcanic landscape.
Come to school or work as your favourite Bond villain or girl or as the man himself.
Disclaimer: Roger Moore’s safari suit is never an acceptable option.
Get rid of all your unwanted items while raising money for charity.
Host a karaoke evening at home or at school. If your local pub is in the mood, they may also support you.
Get crafty. Whether it’s a scarf, tie, Christmas jumper or silly socks to Sock It to Eating Disorders, this is bound to be a winner.
Grab your partner and dosey doe! Give a prize for best dance partners (and best cowboy hat!) with this fun family event.
Give something back to your local community with a sponsored litter pick afternoon.
Ask for donations in coins and see how long your line of coins is.
Be everyone's favourite colleague and make tea all day (in exchange for sponsorship of course!)
Test those budding Olympians and hold a mini Olympics. Get silly with office Olympics - fastest typist wins.
Why not get a local business to donate a big teddy and hold a 'name the teddy' competition. You could come up with a list of names where people can buy the name that they think it is called. You can then give the teddy as the prize.
Create your own obstacle course and let the mayhem begin.
This is really just an excuse to be scruffy!
If you've got a gorgeous garden, open it for the weekend and sell tickets. See if you can get your whole community involved with open gardens all over town!
All you need is moonlight, music and you!
Give prizes for best (and worst) pancakes or hold your own pancake race. Be sure to make extras to boost your energy levels afterwards!
Take a leap of faith with a tandem parachute jump!
Have lots of spare cuttings or plants you don't need? Why not pot them up, sell them, and donate the money?
Organise a quiz night. Pubs are often happy to assist and may even give you a percentage of their takings as their contribution.
Why not hold a raffle and ask for donated prizes from competitors and local business alike?
This is great fun and a great team building activity for the work place as well. Charge teams to build a floatable raft. Then meet at the water and see which one sinks first!
Challenge your friends to a Scrabble competition. Each competitor pays to play.
See parachute jump.
Are you an excellent speller? Challenge yourself to a predetermined quantity of words.
Why not get sponsored per length swum?
Everyone's got a talent - from tongue twisters to trumpets, get your friends and family showing off their best skills.
Whether it’s just tea and biscuits or a full blown afternoon tea, this is a winner.
Head to the lanes and challenge your friends, family, or colleagues. Ask for a fee or donation to enter and then give a prize to the winner.
Team up with a friend and challenge others to a three legged race. Each team pays to play.
Get friends and family to donate gifts and organise a tombola. Only numbers ending in 0 or 5 will win a prize!
Create a treasure hunt and challenge your friends to find what you have hidden. Pay to play.
Ditch the uniform for a fee. Easy fundraising for your school!
Put on a show and charge entry to watch.
Are you into cars or motorcycles? Why not hold your own rally? If you are part of a bike or car club why not get them involved too?
Create a themed word search and challenge your friends and family. Remember to charge a fee.
How much would your friends be willing to pay to see this? Challenge them to join you!
Celebrate all your talents by putting on a show. Organise your own talent show and invite friends and family too.
Have you got a talent for yo-yoing? Then put your skill to good use and get sponsored!
Get flexible and get fundraising with this stress-busting activity
Dance and donate with this energetic fundraiser.
Get sponsored to take a ride and challenge friends to join you.