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Frock Up. Raise Funds. Frock Cancer!

While brand new approaches to fundraising are fantastic, we know that coming up with the big idea can be the first stumbling block along the path to a successful fundraising event. To get the cogs turning, we have come up with a few examples that have worked well in the past.

Host a Frocktail or dinner party.

Espresso martinis, cosmopolitans, long islands or something else entirely—Frocktail night is calling! 

Do your research and make a menu and ask everyone to bring a bottle on the night. Then it’s all about channeling your inner bartender to shake like you’ve never shaken before. 

Embrace the fundraising spirit and offer your services with a twist for those willing to pay! Served on one knee? With a massage? With playlist selection rights? It’s up to you.

Fashion show

Fancy yourself a fantastic host? You could organise a fashion show at a local clothing store with an entry fee going to the OCRF. Approach local stores, positioning it as an opportunity to show off their latest styles. 

Alternatively, you could host one with your girlfriends, crack out the Champagne and model your favourite fashions.

Trivia night

Community quiz nights can bring people together while also raising money via entry fees. 

Ask an extroverted friend to act as MC, and seek out donated prizes.

You could always run a raffle on the night to collect some gold coins towards your fundraising goal. 

Ask us about what information you can have on tables to start the ovarian cancer conversation.

Clothes swap

Host a clothes swap to exchange old dresses for new ones. Your unloved items might be another person’s new favourite.

A donation either upon entry or per item is an easy way to raise funds that could be done between friends or on a larger community scale.