Our very own Huntsman Hometown Hero, Johnny Maack featured in KSL
Way to go Johnny!
|Brooke, Jen and Lori: at the ready to help make fundraising easier.|
|1||Send an email to family and friends with your page link|
|2||Agree to clean your apartment or house for a donation for roommates or family|
|3||Ask a restaurant that you frequent to donate a portion of a special night of business to your fundraising. Your part will be to get people to the restaurant that night.|
|4||Ask the company you work for to donate on your behalf|
|5||Babysit for donations|
|6||Bake Sale at your job, in your neighborhood, or dorm|
it down. Your fundraising minimum
might seem like a large sum, but if you break it down into smaller
increments, it’s an easy task to accomplish!
*$500 is asking 10 people for $50 donations or 20 people for $25 donations!
*$200 is asking 10 people for 20 for $10 donations!
|8||Collect soda cans to recycle for money|
|9||Facebook! This is a great way to let others know about the event as well as ask them to donate|
|10||Send a fundraising follow-up letter: write a passionate plea. Include pictures and facts on cancer (we can send you these). Show them what you have accomplished (money and training) and what you need still to reach your goal.|
|11||Deliver singing telegrams!|
|12||Hang a flyer where people know you, like at your place of work or in your residence hall|
|13||Have a car wash|
|14||HCI coin collector - get people in your life involved by having change wars in a "donation jar"|
|15||Help motivate someone as their personal trainer or gym partner|
|16||Hold a dating auction|
|17||Hold a yard sale with donated items|
|18||Lemonade, ice cream or candy stand|
|19||Make donation fliers and hand them out to friends, buildings, family and neighbors|
|20||Make greeting cards to sell|
|21||Make bracelets to sell|
|22||Mow a neighbors lawn|
|23||Offer your house cleaning services to others for a donation|
|24||Organize a talent show|
|25||Paint a fence|
|26||Seek businesses to donate to your cause|
|27||Sell old text books|
|28||Sell something on Ebay (clothes, sports equipment, etc.)|
|29||Sell your own craft or talent (canning, making jam, knitting, fixing, etc)|
an article and photo of yourself to your local paper or neighborhood
Make sure you include information on how they can donate to you.
|31||Shovel Snow/Do yard work.|
|32||Someone can’t donate money? Ask them to help you in another way by donating their talents. (Hold an event, help write your letter, or fundraise on your behalf.)|
up in your classes/at work - Ask your professor/boss for permission to pass
around a donation jar around, ask people to join the event.
|34||Take an envelope everywhere you go at the next get together, tell your friends and family what you are doing and ask them to donate towards your goal|
|35||Teach someone a skill or a sport for a donation|
|36||Tend a pet or walk a dog|
|37||Throw a party with a suggested donation jar ($1-$5 per person)|
|38||Tutor younger siblings, students or neighbors|
|39||Try the preemptive thank you. Send someone a thank you card with a return envelope
back for their donation.
|42||Work with your church or synagogue to put an announcement in the bulletin|
|44||Enlist your family/neigbors to help with a lemonade/cookie sale|
|45||Are you handy? Offer your fix-it skills to someone for a donation|
|HHH at the 2011 SLC Marathon Starting!|