Organising a Toilet Twinning fundraiser at work is a great way to bond as a team and change the world, one toilet at a time!

Here, we can offer you more toilet-themed games and activities than you can shake a loo brush at… So save a date and get your planning caps on!

Hold ‘The Toilet Games’ in your lunch hour

Use our cut-out sheet to draw ideas from a hat and choose at random which games you’ll play on the day. May the poops be ever in your favour!

‘Hold a ‘Blue for the Loo’ day

Everyone donates £1 or £2 to come into work wearing something (or everything!) blue. You could even order in some blue wigs! Turn it into a fancy dress contest – and appoint a Privy Council to judge entries and award prizes.

Bake for Bogs

Our Bake for Bogs kit provides all you need to plan a Soggy Bottoms bake sale, including a poster, toilet-themed recipes (what’s a bake sale without poo emoji cupcakes, brownies, and chocolate logs?) and games.

Chicken Poo Bingo sweepstake

Print off our bingo poster and rules, and play our Chicken Poo Bingo sweepstake.

Online giving

Set up an online giving page and encourage friends and family to support your efforts to twin your workplace WCs:

Just Giving – search for ‘Toilet Twinning’ when you register or go direct to: Just Giving

Social media

Use our sample posts for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, social media feed and Linkedin to make some noise on social media about your fundraiser – and explain what Toilet Twinning is all about. It’s also a good way to invite people outside your organisation to support you if you set up an online giving page.

Children worldwide miss 443 million school days each year because of dirty water and poor sanitation



Software consultancy firm ROQ threw themselves into three weeks of fundraising with a ‘back to school’ theme – to twin a school toilet block. Their creative fundraisers included a school uniform day, a GCSE maths test, periodic table bingo and lunchtime games including loo-roll dodgeball.
‘Our employees had a lot of fun supporting a great cause that matters to them,’ says manager Sarah Jane Riggott