Anything that is dotty-themed that can attract people to donate to your cause is great! The most popular events are:
Ask your pupils, club leader or colleagues to join you and dress in dots for the day, and ask everyone taking part to donate a suggested amount.
Get creative with chocolate chips or arty with smarties, and hold a cake sale at your school, club or work. Think dotty tablecloths, cups and saucers and some delectable delights to sell.
If you’re a teacher, or if you run a children’s club or society, why not help your young charges discover facts about blindness and braille with our lesson plans, braille games and more? Activities can be combined with baking and/or wearing dots, and children and parents can also fundraise by asking friends and family for sponsorship.
In this short video, Lily-Grace and her mum explain how important braille is to their lives and how vital reading is to them.
Register your interest todayand we will give you access to our free fundraising guide, activity booklet and curriculum relevant lesson plans. Whatever you choose, or if you have an idea of your own, taking part is easy.