In Your School
You may know someone at your school who has been to Starship, or perhaps you just want to help other children. Whatever your reason, fundraising for Starship is a great experience and will make a huge difference to Starship's children.
Fundraising at your school
Follow these five easy steps to get your school started:
1. Think of an idea: or we've got heaps of fundraising ideas to choose from, check out the A-Z guide.
3. Let people know: publicise your event around school and with friends and family.
4. Hold your event or do your activity and HAVE FUN!
5. Collect up your money and send it to Starship: To transfer your funds via internet banking, email us and we will send you our bank acocunt details, or send a cheque to Starship Foundation, PO Box 9389, Newmarket, Auckland 1149.
Young Enterprise/Business Studies
If you have chosen to make a donation to Starship from the funds raised through your Young Enterprise or Business Studies project, please send an email to email@example.com with the following information (please note that we require all of the information fields to be completed before we can approve your application):
Student name & contact details:
Name of teacher managing YE/BS at your school:
Email address and phone number of managing teacher:
Details about your fundraising product/event:
When you plan on fundraising (please provide dates):
How you plan on promoting your fundraiser:
Your financial goal:
Any other important information:
Please contact us at least 2 weeks prior to going to market with your Young Enterprise or Business Studies product, so we can can approve your fundraiser as a Starship Foundation beneficiary event.
For more information or advice contact Liaine Warneford on 09 307 4957 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More From Starship
Everything you need to get you started with your fundraising.
An alarm clock, toaster, cow, plane, tui, bell, hot air balloon and iPod are just some of the illustrations adorning Starship's two new mobile ear clinics that were funded by ASB and launched at an Auckland primary school.