Virtual fundraising

Virtual fundraising

Your incredible fundraising efforts will power our emergency medical teams to save lives.

Whether you've already decided how you’d like to fundraise or need some inspiration, we've put together this step-by-step guide to make fundraising at home as easy as possible.

Your virtual fundraising guide:

Ignite some friendly competition with your friends and family and find out who can walk, run or cycle the furthest in a set amount of time and collectively raise funds to help our medical teams save lives around the world.

Step 1: Set up an account on Strava

Strava is a social fitness app and website which makes it easy to track running and cycling exercises.   

Step 2: Set up a fundraising page

Set up a JustGiving page to collect donations online and invite all your friends and family to join the fitness challenge.

 

Set up your fundraising page >

Step 3: Get in touch with us

Tell us about your fundraising! Our fundraising team would love to hear about your challenge and support you with your fundraising.

Step 4: Promote your event

Share your fundraising page with your friends, family and colleagues. Use social media to spread the word, with the help of these powerful images and Twitter and Facebook backgrounds.

Step 5: Thank your supporters

Sounds obvious but it's essential and as up to 20 percent of donations are made after an event it’s really worth doing. Thank your supporters, send them a photo or video of the challenge and remind those who haven’t donated that their support will really make a difference. We've put together this email to do just that.

 

A virtual quiz night is a great way to engage your friends and family in some fun and friendly competition whilst raising vital funds for our emergency medical work. The winner can host the next quiz!

Step 1: Decide which livestreaming platform you want to use

Create a Zoom account to set up a video call or livestream from your Facebook page.

Step 2: Set up your fundraising page

This is an easy way to share the event details with friends and family and collect donations from anyone who wants to take part in the quiz.

 

Set up your fundraising page >

Step 3: Get in touch with us

Tell us about your fundraising! Our fundraising team would love to hear about your challenge and support you with your fundraising.

Step 4: Promote your quiz night

Share your fundraising page with your friends, family and colleagues. Use social media to spread the word, with the help of these powerful images and Twitter and Facebook backgrounds.

Step 5: Thank your supporters and let them know who won!

Sounds obvious but it's essential and as up to 20 percent of donations are made after an event it’s really worth doing. Thank your supporters, send them a photo of everyone who took part and remind those who haven’t donated that their support will really make a difference. We've put together this email to do just that.

Whether you’re a trained dancer, an avid baker or an accomplished painter – now is the perfect time to share your expertise with your networks, get them involved in a live skill sharing stream and fundraise for our emergency medical work.

Step 1: Decide which livestreaming platform works best for your skill

Create a Zoom account to set up a video call or set up a livestream from your Facebook account.

 Step 2: Set up a fundraising page

This is an easy way to share your event with your friends and family and to collect donations online.

 

Set up your fundraising page >

 Step 3: Get in touch with us

Tell us about your fundraising! Our fundraising team would love to hear about your event and support you with your fundraising.

 Step 4: Promote your event

Share your fundraising page with your friends, family and colleagues. Use social media to spread the word, with the help of these powerful images and Twitter and Facebook backgrounds.

 Step 5: Thank your supporters

Sounds obvious but it's essential and as up to 20 percent of donations are made after an event it’s really worth doing. Thank your supporters, send them a photo of everyone who joined the event and remind those who haven’t donated that their support will really make a difference. We've put together this email to do just that.

Shave your head. Give up TV for a week. Grow a beard. Take up knitting. Set yourself a personal goal and ask for donations to our emergency medical work to help keep you motivated.

Step 1: Set up a fundraising page

This is an easy way to share the personal challenge you've taken on and to collect donations online.

 

Set up your fundraising page >

Step 2: Get in touch with us

Tell us about your fundraising! Our fundraising team would love to hear about your challenge and support you with your fundraising.

Step 3: Promote your challenge

Share your fundraising page with your friends, family and colleagues. Use social media to spread the word, with the help of these powerful images and Twitter and Facebook backgrounds.

Step 4: Thank your supporters

Sounds obvious but it's essential and as up to 20 percent of donations are made after an event it’s really worth doing. Thank your supporters, send them a photo of your achievement and remind those who haven’t donated that their support will really make a difference. We've put together this email to do just that.

This is the perfect way to catch up with friends and family whilst ensuring vulnerable groups around the world receive the medical care they need during the coronavirus pandemic.

Step 1: Decide which livestreaming platform you want to use

Create a Zoom account to set up a video call or livestream from your Facebook page.

Step 2: Set up your fundraising page

This is an easy way to share the event details with friends and family and collect donations from anyone who wants to take part.

 

Set up your fundraising page >

Step 3: Get in touch with us

Tell us about your fundraising! Our fundraising team would love to hear about your challenge and support you with your fundraising.

Step 4: Promote your coffee morning

Share your fundraising page with your friends, family and colleagues. Use social media to spread the word, with the help of these powerful images and Twitter and Facebook backgrounds.

Step 5: Thank your supporters

Sounds obvious but it's essential and as up to 20 percent of donations are made after an event it’s really worth doing. Thank your supporters, send them a photo of everyone who joined your coffee morning and remind those who haven’t donated that their support will really make a difference. We've put together this email to do just that.

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