We have loads of opportunities for you to be your authentic elf and, when you do, yule help beat muscle-wasting conditions.
Here are some merry ideas for you:
Get creative and make your own crackers or wreaths, knit a festive jumper or letter-box topper, or create your own festive cards. Find out how Gillian Beaton from Edinburgh made the most of a wreath-making class to fundraise for MDUK.
Are you more of a jumper person or a reindeer ears person? Whatever your festive style, dress up for a day, a week or myrrh, and add some sparkle to your school run, weekly shop, or zoom meeting. Kelly Simpson from Northallerton has worn a festive jumper every day in December for the past seven years to fundraise for MDUK.
Get your family, friends or community together for a festive quiz, a sing-a-long or an end-of-year party. Or, like poet Clare Bevan, you could host a poems and pies evening to fundraise for MDUK.
Do you have a special talent or a hobby that you could put to festive fundraising use? Find out how the Wilson family in Sunderland brought their own unique sparkle to their community when they lit up their home with 6,000 Christmas lights and fundraised for MDUK.
When you’ve decided you’d like to Do something … festive for MDUK, sign up with us and we’ll send you fundraising hints and tips to help you make the most of your event.
Whichever way you’d like to celebrate the season, #BeFestive with MDUK and have the best time.