There are hundreds of fantastic ways you can fundraise to help make a short life a full life for children in Wales. All you need to do is decide what you do best and turn that into a fundraising idea - we have all got something we do best. To help get you started, here are some of our favourites. Just take a look, get inspired and then start planning.
Hold a fancy dress day at your school, college, work or community group. Or how about getting people to give a donation to dress down for a day? Onesies, anyone?
Fundraising doesn’t need to be tough or challenging, you can even make it luxurious. Host a pamper evening for you and your friends. Slap on the facemasks, get the nails painted and enjoy a foot spa. And don’t to fundraise!
Host the ultimate evening for the boys: a big sports match on the telly, a homemade curry, beers in the fridge and your games console on standby, ready to take you into the early hours.
If your school or college is holding a disco or prom, turn it into a fundraiser for Tŷ Hafan as well. Or why not get sponsored to give up something you love – your mobile phone for a week?
Talk to your child’s playgroup or nursery about holding an event for Tŷ Hafan – teddy bear picnics, treasure hunts and fancy dress parties have all proved popular in the past.
You could turn a really special night at a local venue into a big fundraiser. Why not dazzle with a casino night, put everybody under starter’s orders with a race night or host a glamorous black-tie ball?
Make the most of the sunshine by hosting some great summer fundraising events. How about a barbecue at your home, a picnic in the countryside or a garden party somewhere posh?
It’s time to fire up the grey cells in your head and use your brain for something really worthwhile. That could be hosting a quiz night, holding a chess tournament or organising a treasure hunt.
If you belong to a local choir, organising a concert is a great way to raise money for Tŷ Hafan. Or if you’re not quite Katherine Jenkins or Bryn Terfel, how about hosting a karaoke night or talent contest?