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Fundraising Top Tips

  • Make your page as engaging as possible by adding photos and videos and letting everyone know why you’re raising money for Disability Rights UK. Keep it short and easy to read - you're competing with lots of social media!
  • Share your page on Facebook and Twitter and email it to your friends and family.
  • Ask your friends and family to donate to your page as soon as it's ready; they are the most likely to support you and set the level of donations as a benchmark for others.
  • Ask your employer if they would be willing to offer match funding – e.g. the equivalent of what you are able to raise by yourself. Even if they can’t or won’t do that, they might be willing to make a donation.
  • If someone donates to you in person, remember to add this to your justgiving page as an 'offline donation'– it helps if potential donors know this is an option as not everyone can or wants to donate online. 
  • Let Bex Clarkson rebecca.clarkson@disabilityrightsuk.org know about your event and we can promote your JustGiving page via our e-newsletter, Social Media and Website.
  • JustTextGiving is a service that allows your sponsors to donate to your fundraising page simply by sending a text. Texts are free and 100% of the donation, plus Gift Aid, goes to charity.
  • If you have an iPhone or an Android smartphone you can view and update your page easily with the JustGiving app.
Don't forget to encourage your donors to opt in for Gift Aid! It's a free option for them to ensure that Disability Rights UK receives more money
Please do tell us when you sign up to JustGiving or start fundraising activity, as we will try to support you in anyway we can to help you achieve your fundraising target.
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