Fundraise through Events


We are lucky to have a calendar loaded with awesome events, some of which are organized by our staff, and some of which are organized by members of our wonderful community. We love running events to raise money, but it's a big job, and we definitely couldn't do it all on our own.

THAT'S WHY WE NEED YOU! 
 

 

What can you do? 

First... check out our events calendar

And see what's coming up.  If there's an event that you'd like to be involved with, contact Jaye (jaye.olmstead@davids-house.org) to discuss how you can become a part of the day. For some events, our new technology called Friends Asking Friends can be key - find more information on this below.
 

also... consider organizing your own event

Many of our events are organized by community members (check out some stories here).

How about a penny drive at school? Or an auction or raffle? We've got tons of ideas for you, and we've also got advice, materials, and time to help your event be a success! Contact Jaye (jaye.olmstead@davids-house.org) to discuss the possibility or to start planning.
 

or... consider something a little simpler

Friends Asking Friends is way for you to set up your own fundraising page through our website. You can upload your own photo, include a personal story, set a goal, and easily include the link in emails or on your social media outlets.

You can use this technology to make it easy to fundraise through one of our events, through an outside event (like a 5k), or through a personal event (like your birthday), but you can also set one up unrelated to any specific event. These "just because" pages are usually very compelling - this is an especially great tool for guests who want to give back.

Contact Jaye (jaye.olmstead@davids-house.org) for more info or visit the site to set up a page. (Check it out, below!)


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