Pancake Day Blogger Challenge For The Children's Society
Our Bake and Brew appeal has raised more than £65,000 for disadvantaged children through countless bake sales and coffee mornings. Whether you’ve got a sweet or savoury tooth, it’s a simple, fun way to get together with friends, family or colleagues to raise vital funds to support the most vulnerable young people in our country.
This year we want to make our Bake and Brew appeal bigger than ever, and we’re really excited you want to get involved! So for Shrove Tuesday, we’re introducing our Pancake Party special. Between now and February 15th, we’re looking for bloggers to take part in the challenge and share to their audience. How can you take part?
Host! Whether it’s a small get-together in your kitchen, a big party in your community, invite your friends/family round for some tasty pancakes and collect donations to sponsor our work around the UK. Take pictures of your event and share on your blog to show that fundraising can be simple and fun.
Bake! Got a food blog? You can donate your recipes to us, so other fundraisers can use them at their own pancake party events.
Snap! Photograph your pancake creations and share on your blog and social media channels.
Share! Write a blog to encourage your followers to take part this Pancake Day.
Once you sign up to the event, we’ll send you’re your own fundraising kit and suggest recipes for you to try out.
No matter how you choose to take part, you’ll be contributing to our work which helps thousands of vulnerable children each year. Also, there will be pancakes, what’s not to like?
Please note there is no product sample for this assignment as this is a charity assignment looking to fundraise
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It is a painful fact that many children and young people in Britain today are still suffering extreme hardship, abuse and neglect. Too often their problems are ignored and their voices unheard. Now it is time to listen and to act.
The Children’s Society is a national charity that runs local projects, helping children and young people when they are at their most vulnerable, and have nowhere left to turn.
We also campaign for changes to laws affecting children and young people, to stop the mistakes of the past being repeated in the future.
Our supporters around the country fund our services and join our campaigns to show children and young people they are on their side.