1. Make the First Donation

Donate first

By donating to your fundraising page or your team's page, you show your personal commitment to fighting MS. Sponsoring yourself is also a great way to start your fundraising momentum and set the standard for other donations.

 

2. Send an Email

Send an Email

Spreading the word in four simple steps:

  1. Copy one of our email templates, or create your own and share your personal MS story
  2. Send to everyone you know-don't assume that someone won't give; you never know who has been touched by MS
  3. Don't forget to include a link to your fundraising page
  4. Send a follow-up email a few weeks before the event to provide them with an update of your fundraising efforts and to remind those who haven't donated yet
 

3. Share on Social Media

Share on social media

Share your link to your fundraising page and ask for donations on platforms such as:

  • Facebook (we have some Facebook resources available for you to download here)
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Instagram
  • A personal blog
 

4. Personalise Your Page

Personalise your page

Those who personalise their page raise more than those who don’t! Here are some ways you can get started today:

  • Set your fundraising goal and raise it when you get close-keep your supporters motivated!
  • Upload a photo (or two)
  • Use the blog function to keep your supporters updated on your training progress
  • Have some fun with your profile photo - choosing a funny photo helps to engage your sponsors, gives them a laugh and they are likely to give more generously.
 

5. Ask Everyone

Ask everyone

Whether you’re taking to the streets or simply sharing a link on Facebook, get the word out about your fantastic efforts in helping people with MS and how others can help too.

Make sure to hit up:

  • Family
  • Friends
  • Coworkers
  • Employers (and don't forget to ask about dollar-matching!)
  • Members of any of your clubs and organisations

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1. Make the First Donation

Donate first

By donating to your fundraising page or your team's page, you show your personal commitment to fighting MS. Sponsoring yourself is also a great way to start your fundraising momentum and set the standard for other donations.

 

2. Send an Email

Send an Email

Spreading the word in four simple steps:

  1. Copy one of our email templates, or create your own and share your personal MS story
  2. Send to everyone you know-don't assume that someone won't give; you never know who has been touched by MS
  3. Don't forget to include a link to your fundraising page
  4. Send a follow-up email a few weeks before the event to provide them with an update of your fundraising efforts and to remind those who haven't donated yet
 

3. Share on Social Media

Share on social media

Share your link to your fundraising page and ask for donations on platforms such as:

  • Facebook (we have some Facebook resources available for you to download here)
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Instagram
  • A personal blog
 

4. Personalise Your Page

Personalise your page

Those who personalise their page raise more than those who don’t! Here are some ways you can get started today:

  • Set your fundraising goal and raise it when you get close-keep your supporters motivated!
  • Upload a photo (or two)
  • Use the blog function to keep your supporters updated on your training progress
  • Have some fun with your profile photo - choosing a funny photo helps to engage your sponsors, gives them a laugh and they are likely to give more generously.
 

5. Ask Everyone

Ask everyone

Whether you’re taking to the streets or simply sharing a link on Facebook, get the word out about your fantastic efforts in helping people with MS and how others can help too.

Make sure to hit up:

  • Family
  • Friends
  • Coworkers
  • Employers (and don't forget to ask about dollar-matching!)
  • Members of any of your clubs and organisations