Bingo Night

Why run a bingo night?

If you’re looking for a fundraising event to raise money for a charity, school/college, local sports club, university or a community project, then you might be spoiled for choice. has lots of options for events and activities in our fundraising guides, but we think one of the most engaging events you can run is a bingo night. 

Not convinced yet? Well, read on to discover why we think a bingo night is right for any fundraising event, then read our comprehensive guide to running a bingo night.

Easy peasy 

One attractive feature of a bingo night is how easy it is to organise, set up, run, manage and play. We’ve got guides to assist you every step of the way, so check out our bingo night landing page to see just how simple it is.

Bingo is an easy to play, quick to learn game that people of all ages and abilities can get involved with playing and organising. The rules are easy to explain and even easier to follow – in fact, the hardest part of playing bingo might be (insert link to different guide).

Traditionally, bingo played in halls or online is considered gambling, but if you set the game up and award prizes correctly you don’t need a gambling license to run a bingo night.

A chance to catch up

Bingo nights are about more than daubing numbers and winning prizes, as many people who play bingo in halls or online see it as a social activity too! 

A night out to the bingo is a great opportunity to catch up with friends and family, enjoy a drink or some food, listen to some music and enjoy some time around the people you care about most. 

By providing an opportunity for your local community to socialise and play bingo whilst also raising some money for your cause of choice, you’re creating an inviting event for everyone!

The gift of giving 

People love winning prizes, and of course giving prizes out feels good as well! Especially when you’re raising money for a good cause too.

As well as being a fun game to play, bingo is a good opportunity for players to have a go at winning some prizes. These can’t always be cash prizes like traditional bingo, but to help you out we have a guide explaining what prizes you should award.

Every game of bingo is guaranteed to have at least one winner, but depending on which bingo game you choose to play, you could have up to 3 prizes up for grabs per game!

Now you’ve decided to host a bingo night for your next fundraising event, your next step is choosing what charity to support.

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