Baby Photo Competition: Ask all your colleagues to bring in their baby photos. Scan the photos and pin them up or circulate a sheet that includes all of them. Charge your colleagues a fee for a chance to match the photos to the worker. Award a prize for the most correct answers.
Bachelor/Bachelorette Auction: Have local singles auctioned off for a date. Proceeds go to your event fundraiser.
Bad Hair Day: Pay a fee to go to work sporting a crazy hairstyle. The craziest hairstyle wins a prize!
Bad Taste Day: Who can wear the worst outfit to work? All entrants can pay a fee. The winner (or loser!) wins a small cash prize and the rest of the funds are donated.
Bake Sales: Hold a Friday bake sale so employees/friends have treats for the weekend. Ask for items to be wrapped attractively so they could be given as gifts. An alternative to this is to take orders for baked goods. Provide the order form; this ensures that people are getting what they want.
Balloon-o-gram: Hold a Friday bake sale so employees/friends have treats for the weekend. Ask for items to be wrapped attractively so they could be given as gifts. An alternative to this is to take orders for baked goods. Provide the order form; this ensures that people are getting what they want.
Barbeque: Buy buns and meat in bulk and/or on sale, and then charge your neighbours. Be sure to tell them about the cause!
Best/Worst Tie: Charge your colleagues/friends a fee to enter a best or worst tie competition. Offer a prize and have everyone vote. For extra fun, make it a small fashion show. Don’t restrict this competition to guys. Gals, this is a chance to putthe men to shame.
Bingo: Have a Bingo event either at work, or with your friends and family! Charge an entry fee ($10-$25), and then split the money you raise in half, and give one half to the ultimate Bingo winner, and the other half can go towards your event fundraising total! You can even ask the winner to donate their earnings to your fundraising total for a charitable tax receipt.
Birthday/Christmas Gift Pledge: Instead of your family/friends giving you gifts, ask them to pledge towards your fundraiser.
Book Sale: Ask friends to donate used books to sell from $1 to $5, depending on the title and condition.
Bottle Drive: Let people in your neighbourhood know that you will be coming around to collect empty bottles the day after New Year’s Eve, Saint Patrick’s Day, etc. Collect the bottles and turn them in to the bottle depot.