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AsIAm relies on the generosity of the public in undertaking fundraising on our behalf! If you would like to support our work you can make a donation, browse our shop or maybe even organise your own fundraiser – check out just some ideas below!

 Here are some ideas for fundraising


  • Non uniform day
  • Cake sale
  • Sports events
  • Quiz
  • Charity walk
  • Teddy Bear Picnic
  • Set up a new Guinness World Record
  • Spelling Bee Competition
  • Art Exhibition



  • CSR Donation
  • Social Event
  • Summer Picnic or BBQ
  • Quiz & Raffles
  • Baby Photo Competition
  • Inter- departmental competitions
  • Eco Office fines for leaving lights on-using wrong bins- printing too much
  • Best / worst tie and most colourful socks
  • Cake sale or Coffee Morning
  • Car Park car-wash
  • Donation buckets
  • Christmas donation in lieu of sending Christmas Cards
  • AsIAm Christmas cards


  • Women’s Mini Marathon
  • KBC Marathon
  • Organise quiz / Bingo
  • Wedding Favours.
  • Bequests & Wills
  • Coffee mornings
  • Participate in individual sports event
  • Organise family event
  • Head Shave or Leg Wax
  • Parachute Jump
  • Bungee Jump
  • Swim Challenge
  • 10k hike
  • Send AsIAm Christmas cards-available from AsIAm
  • Fundraise for your birthday- Set up a simple fundraiser page through Facebook
  • Standing Orders

You can also tap on the Donate Button on our Social Media Pages or Website. It’s easy to fill out and every Euro is really appreciated. If you are interested in the ongoing work of AsIAm you can fill out a Standing Order form (Click Here) and we will keep it going as long as you require. It’s a simple way of donating and allows us plan our programmes more securely.

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