What to do once you're registered
Giving a gift to your own fundraising campaign shows your supporters how passionate you are about unlocking the mystery of ALS.
The more people that join your team, the more people you can educate about our cause and the bigger the impact you can have in the fight against ALS.
When you update your personal page with your personal ALS story, you show your supporters why providing care and finding a cure is so important to you.
Connecting your personal fundraiser with your Facebook account allows you to share your fundraiser with even more people and helps you reach your goal even faster!
The email tool in your participant center makes it easy to reach out to your contacts and ask them to join you at the event or support your cause with a donation. Don’t forget to thank them, too!
Update your custom URL so you can easily share it with your supporters, post it on social media, or even add it into your email signature!
Want to learn more about using your Participant Center? Learn more from our instructional videos.Instructional Videos
Hands-On Tools for Fundraising
Fundraising Ideas: A to Z
Tons of new and exciting ways to raise money. How about a Wine and Wii Party? Or would you prefer hosting a Fashion Show or Silent Auction?
Sample Fundraising Letters
If you've got writer's block, we can help you. In addition to the Message Templates in Participant Center's email feature, you can use these sample letters to recruit team members and ask for donations.
Potential Donor Spreadsheet
Keep track of who you ask for what with this Excel spreadsheet. It'll also help you identify some new donors!
Sample Walk Letter
You can use these sample letters to recruit team members and ask for donations.
Many companies will match a gift made by an employee. Some companies even triple match or match pooled gifts. This is a great way to boost your fundraising with just a few clicks of the mouse!
"Change" the way you raise money! PDF includes instructions for starting your very own Penny War.