You can help fill empty plates by putting your imagination to work. By designing your own personal fundraising campaign, you can bring people together to make a real difference for hungry kids.Start a Fundraiser
Setting up a campaign is easier than you think. First, pick a cause and a name. Then fill out a little information about why your cause is worthy.
Now it's time to spread the word about your fundraiser. Once your campaign is set up, tell everyone about it. The more people you tell, the more quickly you’ll reach your goal.
Watch as your friends, family and others interested in your cause pour in funds that will help make the changes in the world that you want to see!
Eating out can be expensive, but what if more people packed a lunch one day of the week and donated what they saved? Asking for just $12.75—the average cost of lunch in the U.S.—adds up quickly and can mean a lot for kids who need help.
Online birthday fundraisers have become widespread and are very easy to launch. When you ask friends and family to donate to a cause that you care about, they’re often eager to mark your special day by giving.
We can always get more done when we do it together. Whether it’s a sports team, club or just caring people from the workplace or church, fundraising drives can really take off when you enlist groups to encourage their members to share a common cause.