Make a difference at home
Remember, you can still help to give every child, every chance by fundraising at home while staying safe and following social distancing guidelines.
Whether it’s the Home Hairstyle Challenge, running a 5K in your local park or hosting a virtual quiz, there’s plenty of ways you can get involved and support children around the world.
For inspiration check out our blog about people doing amazing things during lockdown or get in touch with our team through our online form below to start fundraising from home.
How you can fundraise
Whether you want to run, cycle or walk there are lots of ways to fundraise for girls' rights
Make an impact by fundraising at your school. We can help make your event a success
Mark a special day by giving in celebration or order our new wedding favours
Make fundraising easy, enjoyable and successful with our expert tips and advice
Home Hairstyle Challenge
Join in the UK's most unpredictable hair-do
Join Plan International UK for the #HomeHairstyleChallenge and you’ll be supporting children and communities impacted by coronavirus whilst your family give you a new look.
Whatever your hairstyle, let your loved ones give you a new ‘do' and help to provide life-saving support to children and families who have been affected by this horrible virus
Be Bold for Brave Girls
Join our new school fundraising campaign
Sign your school up to our new fundraising programme linked to PSHE, Citizenship and the new Relationship and Sex Education curriculum.
Do Good Dinner
Host a dinner with a difference
Enjoy fun times and great food with friends, all whilst doing good for children and their communities.
Find out more about Do Good Dinner and the difference you can make.
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Taking on the world's toughest challenges on behalf of girls everywhere