Do your own thing! The funds you raise will provide families with life-saving hygiene training and skills, as part of Send a Cow’s response to coronavirus in rural Africa! Sign up to download our FREE Do your own thing fundraising kit, full of inspiring and safe fundraising ideas to use (even if you’re in lockdown!) including our fundraiser quiz to help you decide what activity would suit you best!
Do your own thing this autumn!
When the world is put on lockdown, we do not stop. Our families need us, now more than ever. And we need you. Together we can help protect families living in rural Africa from Covid-19 and support them to grow a brighter future. Help us to reach the most vulnerable and ensure that coronavirus has nowhere else to go.
Sign up now to download your FREE fundraising kit, full of inspiring and safe fundraising ideas to use (even if you’re in lockdown!) including our fundraiser quiz to help you decide what activity would suit you best!
How do I take part?
1. Sign up to download your FREE fundraising kit.
This is full of inspiring and safe fundraising ideas to use (even if you’re in lockdown!) such as tips on how to:
- Hold a virtual Bake Off
- Make bright and colourful facemasks
- Set yourself an achievable physical challenge!
2. Set up a Just Giving Page
Set up your own page for whichever type of activity you decide to do! Sharing the page on social media or email makes it nice and easy for your family, friends or colleagues to donate.
3. Spread the word!
Invite people to take part or donate, but most importantly: have fun!
*Disclaimer: When holding your event, please be sure to follow all government guidelines on social distancing. For up to date information and advice, please visit: www.gov.uk/coronavirus.
How doing your own thing will transform lives in rural Africa...
Since April 2020 Send a Cow have provided families with greater training in hygiene and sanitation, whilst helping to spread the messages of coronavirus prevention to groups living in rural and remote communities.
Our response to coronavirus in rural Africa is two-fold:
First, we are increasing our WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) work. This includes training on Tip Taps – an ingenious way to wash hands when you have no running water. We are also using radio broadcasts and mobile phone technology to break down stigma and misinformation to ensure that no-one is left behind.
Second – and just as important – we are working with thousands of families to ensure they can be self-sufficient. So families don’t need to travel and interact with others for work or food, so they can look after their children at home and have seeds to plant this growing season. When this crisis is over, families will be in a strong and healthy position to build their own futures from the land.