Your Clubhouse Giving Day Fundraiser Guide
It's time to take the love you have for your Clubhouse and share it with the world! Clubhouse Giving Day is designed to make it super simple for you to build support for your Clubhouse. So, let's get everyone in your network ready to give!
Peer-to-Peer Fundraising is as easy as...
How do I become a Peer-to-Peer Fundraiser?
If you weren't invited to fundraise for a Clubhouse, you can still sign up! Just search for your organization, view their profile, and click the Fundraise button.
What link do I share?
You'll want to share the link created for your fundraising page found in your Fundraising Dashboard.
You can also share the Clubhouse's main campaign link, and your supporters will still be able to donate to your specific page!
How do I get the word out?
To get the word our about Clubhouse Giving Day, you'll want to communicate with your contacts through email messages, social media posts, and word of mouth. Check out some of the sample content below for ideas of what to post and when!
What am I Responsible for?
- As a Fundraiser, you're responsible for getting the word out about Clubhouse Giving Day, and encouraging support for your fundraiser and the Clubhouse that you are fundraising for!
- The nonprofit leaders for the Clubhouse you are supporting will likely have a goal in place that they are hoping to reach during Clubhouse Giving Day and you are one of the biggest factors that can help them reach that goal. You should set an individual goal for your fundraiser to let your friends and family know what portion of your Clubhouse's goal you are hoping to help achieve.
- Most importantly, you are responsible for having fun with your fundraising efforts and working to share enthusiasm and support for your Clubhouse and why you are helping to support it! Create a fun video and colorful, passionate thank you messages. These small gestures can go a long way for your Clubhouse's fundraising efforts!