By collecting donations, YOU make the real difference in the lives of children with cancer and their families in Central Virginia. How can you do that? Check out the tools below to help you reach your goal!
How To Raise $100 in 4 Days!
Day 1: Get the ball rolling with a $10 donation. Most donors like to see that you are supporting the cause yourself! - $10
Day 2: Ask 2 family members to each match your donation - $20
Day 3: Email a link to your fundraising page to 3 coworkers to classmates - $30
Day 4: Post a link to your page and the event on Facebook/social media and confirm 4 friends to pledge their support. - $40
Total contribution in just 4 days: $100
Host a virtual fundraising party or event. Online events such as Stella & Dot, Lula Roe, Thiry-One Things or auctions are great ways to practice social distancing while bringing friends together to fundraise.
Create a buddy system. Ask someone who can’t participate in the race to help you collect donations.
Add it to your email signatures. Example: "Please consider making a donation to the ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation" with a link to your fundraising page.
Ask your friends to contribute to your team instead of purchasing a gift for your birthday.
Promote matching gifts! Use this link and share with your team to see what employers match: Matching Gifts Employer Search. Note, for matching gifts to be considered for awards and prize calculations, paperwork must be submitted by June 30th and you will need to contact Megan Angstadt at email@example.com.
A "Pick a Number" is a large board (or whatever else you decide to use, could be digital!) with numbers 1-55 on it. The idea is that friends and family can "Pick a Number" and donate that amount. Once they pick a number, that number is taken off the board (or X'ed out). This board can be on social media to share out and X out numbers as people claim them in the comments - then follow up with them on how to donate that amount to your team page. And check this out - if all 55 numbers are taken, you'll raise $1,540! An no single person has to give more than $55.