How it works
We've provided some easy-to-follow steps for creating a fundraiser. You'll learn how to determine a theme for your fundraiser, a specific cause, a monetary goal, and a way to share it with those who can help make everything possible.
1. Explore a Theme:
You can bolster your fundraiser’s success by aligning it with an event or situation. Below are some popular themes to consider:
You can use your birthday to help someone start a new life.
Coordinating a fun run is a way to show your support for those who rely on perseverance to break down daily obstacles.
You can help someone’s fight against poverty in lieu of receiving gifts from a traditional registry.
You can encourage your children to get their teachers and classmates involved.
2. Determine a Goal:
Consider how much is needed, the number of expected donors and how much they will likely contribute. Below are some examples of how your donation could be utilized:
$500 can fund a school’s loan to purchase a refrigerator so they can offer lunches.
$1000 can fund school fee loans for 12 children.
$1500 helps provide loans to ten women.
$2000 keeps a mobile bank on the road for 8 months.
3. Share with Friends and Family:
Share your passion with those who can help you support an entrepreneur’s fight against poverty.