Team Tŷ Hafan are looking for fundraisers who push themselves to the limits, use the power of creativity to do good, and take on hair-raising challenges – all to raise money for children with short lives in Wales.
We all have something we do best – something that can raise money for Tŷ Hafan. Put your thinking cap on and ask yourself: What’s my best? Is it baking a batch of cakes and hosting afternoon tea, or using my amazing organising skills to hold a quiz night at work? Is my best being brave enough to wear an animal-print onesie to work for a week, or pushing myself to the limit by trekking the Great Wall of China? Whatever you do best, we need you to embrace your fundraising passion and join Team Tŷ Hafan today.
Bryn’s the boy with the brawn. Whether he’s pushing a fridge up Snowdon, bog-snorkelling on the moors or biking the Welsh coastline, this adrenaline junkie is up for a fundraising challenge.
Who’s the smartest kid around? When it comes to know-how, Owen gives Sir and Miss a run for their money in his Teacher vs Pupil quiz. Will you join him in setting up a smart event?
Joan loves to bring people together for an afternoon tea with a money-making difference. Can you follow her example and inspire your community to start fundraising?
Sarah loves to strut her stuff. With her sharp style and cool creativity, she’s putting her trendy talents to good use with a fundraising fashion show.
I want to fundraise to help make a short life a full life for children in Wales.
Once you’ve decided what you can do best for Tŷ Hafan, tell us about it! Give us a call on 02920 532199 or drop us an email. We can help make your fundraising ideas a reality.
You can request all the resources you need to make your fundraising a success – from sponsorship forms to posters and much more.
Phill completed a sponsored 408 mile walk along the Wales coast path starting in Aberystwyth which finished at Tŷ Hafan. Find out his story by clicking on the image above.
"Every child deserves the best we can give"
"For some strange reason I’ve always wanted to shave my hair off, but over the years when mentioning it to friends, always followed it with a reason (ahem, excuse!) not to do it. Years on, when my sister, Emma, suggested we do it for charity, I jumped at the chance! I really liked the idea of us doing it together and thought it would be quite fun being ‘baldies’ together (one for the memory book)!"