Wear it pink games and activities
One of the best ways to get your guests giving, is by getting everyone involved in a fun game. Ask your friends, colleagues or students to make a small donation to play. For prizes, you could ask your local stores if they’d like to contribute – or you can do what we do… we make handmade certificates and awards, made from whatever we can find around the office! They’re not fancy, but they always get a laugh.
SWEEPSTAKES AND GAMES
A sweepstake is a classic way to get everyone involved. Download the wear it pink sweepstake, the guess-how-many flamingoes sweepstake, the guess-how-many watermelons game, or the guess-how-many microscopes game!
Fancy trying your hand at pin the hat on the washing line? Download and print the post here.
Our breast health nurses work hard so that they can be there for everyone affected by breast cancer when they’re needed most. Ask your guests to donate and guess how many calls our helpline nurses take in one year.
Organising bingo is easy and you can hold it practically anywhere – from your school to home or your workplace. Have fun, raise money and make life-saving breast cancer research happen. Download our wear it pink bingo sheet here, and then get filling in!
Everyone loves a quiz. Download our wear it pink 2022 quiz, and choose someone to take on the honoured role of quiz master (spoiler alert, the answers are at the end of the quiz!). Want some ideas on how to spice up your quiz? We’ve got you covered with our top 4 tips.
The sky is the limit! Pass the parcel, musical chairs, karaoke, nail-painting, cooking demonstrations and more. You’re never too young or too old to have fun while raising life-saving money.
However you choose to wear it pink, just remember that you’re doing something incredible. You’re making sure that we can continue to be there for people, at a time when they need us most. Thank you so much.
If you need to get in touch with our team about your fabulous event, just call us on 0333 20 70 300 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.