Everybody loves a good drawing-based guessing game, so why not get a virtual team involved to Picture This, all whilst raising funds for the UK Sepsis Trust. Choose who will be your artist, and whoever guessing the drawing quickest, wins a point. The person with the most points at the end of your game, wins! Now, pull out your pads, sharpen your pencils, and get sketching!
Firstly, choose a date that works best for you and your network. Then, pick your virtual platform; there are plenty you can choose from, whether that be Microsoft Teams, Zoom or House Party.
We’ve included a link here which will take you straight to JustGiving where you can create your page. Plus, we’ve got a brilliant Online Fundraising Guide below, which offers some great advice on making the most from your page. If you would like to link your fundraising to our CoVid-19 Campaign, you can do so by following the link here and clicking the orange ‘Start Fundraising’
Whether it be through text, email or social media, spread the word and ask your friends, family or colleagues to take part. The more people you can get involved, the better! We’ve even included a Picture This poster, below, to advertise on your social media platforms. Don’t forget to share the link to your JustGiving page so people know how to donate.
We’d recommend choosing which images you will be drawing in advance, just so you don’t have to waste any time during the main event. We’ve provided drawing sheets below for you to print out, should you wish to use them.
The hardest part about fundraising can sometimes be to simply ask for a donation. Perhaps you could ask your participants to donate an entry fee to your event (we recommend £5), donating the funds directly to your giving page.
Now for the fun part; start drawing! The person to guess the picture first, wins the round. Don’t forget to download our Picture This Scoring Sheet so you can easily keep track of everybody’s score after each round. You could even provide a virtual prize for your winners, and a forfeit for your losers!