An article in your local paper can help you raise more from your event, and it’s also great local publicity for your school, church or community group too.
If you would like to tell your local papers what you are doing you can use our media guide and template press releases, which you can download below. If you have any questions, please get in touch with our media team on email@example.com.
|Great African Welly Walk press release template
|Church Harvest fundraising press release template
Social media is also a great way to tell people about your fundraising. Short clear messages, with a good photo work well on both Facebook and Twitter.
Ways you could use social media
Don’t forget to follow Farm Africa on social media too.
Need some more inspiration? These are a selection of the many stories published across the country about people fundraising for Farm Africa.
South London school children sizzle sausages to raise money for Farm Africa
LSE university students hitchhike to Thailand as part of RAG's Jailbreak challenge!
Eastlea Primary School took part in the Great African Welly Walk.
East Anglian Daily Times
St Mary’s Church in Haughley have supporter Farm Africa's harvest appeal for 10 years.
Madeline follows in her father's fundraising footsteps with a bake sale for Farm Africa.
Sussex farmer continues his lifetime of support by taking on the Live Below the Line challenge.
This is Wiltshire
Coffee n Browse fundraising group raise over £8,000 in nine years.
Norwich Evening News
Sewell Sixth Form Centre took part in a sponsored walk from their school to City Hall
Darlington and Stockton Times
Adventurer Jack White swapped cycling shorts for running shoes when he joined pupils at his former school for a cross country event which has been staged for more than a century.