Take the stress out of planning your Girls’ Night In with our handy checklist. Plus we have plenty of tools and resources to help make your event a success.
Set a date.
October is the official month for Girls’ Night In. But feel free to host your Girls’ Night In any time of the year on a night that suits you.
Decide what you’ll do.
There are many options for hosting a Girls’ Night In. You could host a dinner party or run a games night, for example. Check out our event ideas for inspiration.
Spread the word.
Get your event into your guests’ diaries well in advance. You might like to set up a Facebook event, and remind people via text message and email.
Make a to-do list.
Now that you have your date and idea, it’s time to get into action. Write a to-do list that includes everything you need to do in preparation for your night. If you need to help, ask your friends to assist.
Use the Pink resources.
Set up your online fundraising page.
Creating a personal online fundraising page is easy. It’s a great way to collect funds and allows people to donate even if they aren’t coming to your Girls’ Night In. You can get started here.
Use our handy resources.
Host your event.
Try to be well prepared, stay relaxed and have a fun night with your girlfriends. Remember the reason you’re doing this event: to help beat women’s cancers. Check out our tips for boosting your fundraising dollars during your event.
Thank your guests.
Contact your guests via Facebook, email or text to thank them for supporting your Girls’ Night In. Let them know how much money you collectively raised and it will help to fund research, support and prevention of breast and gynaecological cancers.
Bank your funds.
Deposit your funds early so we can start putting your donation dollars to work. Banking online is the easiest way. Visit our banking section for details.