Participant Fundraising Pages > Examples

A Closet Affair is a fashion show fundraising event that raised money for the Alzheimer Group, a non-profit organization that helps families dealing with Alzheimer's. Each participant in the fashion show had their own fundraising page which they used to solicit donations from their social network.
This year, we are raising funds for developing a much needed neighbourhood-based community centre to serve the diverse communities and underserved residents in Markham and Richmond Hill of York region. It is envisaged that the Center will commence its full range of services by the fall of 2013.

Our goal is to strengthen the social infrastructure of the community and to enrich the well-being of the individuals by providing a wide range of social services and cultural activities for all ages of the diverse communities in York region. The Blessing Walk also has the additional benefit of enhancing community participation and harmony among community members.
Bowling With The Stars is an annual fundraising event consisting of food, prizes, a raffle, silent auction and bowling alongside Olympic and professional athletes all in support of Alzheimer's Disease. To take part in the event, participants can either become a sponsor and bowl or raise funds to bowl by receiving pledges online. Several individual and corporate sponsorship packages are offered and can conveniently be purchased online directly from the website. Photo's albums from previous years successful events have been created for viewers to browse through.
Jonathan Wener, the founder of Canderel has raised millions of dollars over the last 24 years by holding his Defi Canderel, a walk / run where he invited associates, colleagues and friends to come and participate in his event and raise money for Cancer research.

In 2012 developed a website that would allow all the participants to register and get their own fundraising page so that they could raise even more money by reaching out to their social networks for support.
The Executive Leadership Course is GE's premier personal and professional development experience for their most senior leaders. The 2012 EDC class will be journeying to Sub-Saharan Africa to study the power crisis in Tanzania and Nigeria. To better understand how limited access to power affects a population, they will be visiting with government officials, business owners, village leaders, and families in Tanzania and Nigeria. In exchange for their role in educating GE executives, they wanted to give back to these communities. developed a website and personal fundraising pages for the 23 top GE executives to be able to accomplish their goal of raising more than $200,000 for the Ng'iresi village in Tanzania.
The Jewish Eldercare Centre is an accredited, award-winning long-term care facility in Montreal. We provide comprehensive and compassionate care to 320 members of our community, living with a loss of their physical or cognitive autonomy, in our safe and home-like environment and according to Jewish traditions and values.
Each year the Lakeview Polar Bear Club (LPBC), along with many other participants, take part in the Lakeview Polar Bear Plunge - a fundraising event involving jumping into Lake Michigan in the middle of winter to support two carefully selected local families in need. Those who want to participate can sign up by registering online and then help raise money for LPBC by sending friends and family the link to their personal fundraising pages. Supporters can easily donate online by making a general donation to LPBC or donating to a specific plunger. With the integrated social media tools, donors can publish the event to their Facebook wall which will help generate further awareness about the event.
"Mustache Night at the Diamond" was a successful fundraising event that was held to benefit M4K Richmond, Inc., a volunteer-run organization that has raised over $150,000 for children’s charities by enlisting the effort of hundreds of men who raise money by growing a mustache. Each mustache grower created their own personal fundraising page where they were able to post updated photos of their stash and receive humorous comments from their supporters. The winner of the "sweetest stash" contest threw out the first pitch at Mustache Night at the Flying Squirrels baseball game.
At age 15, Val Herce was diagnosed with Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP), a rare and disabling genetic conditions. What started off as a small family fundraising bike ride in 2010 grew into an annual event where Val's friend and family ride a predetermined distance to raise money for FOP research. Over $90,000 has been raised in the last three years. Participants can register to take part in the ride online and raise money by creating and sharing their personal fundraising pages with their network of friends and family. "Ride To Cute FOP" event t-shirts are also available for participants and supporters who can select their required size from the custom RSVP form available on the website. This year, the Herce's will be joined by other families across Canada doing the same type of event in Calgary, London and Sault Ste. Marie.
On August 4th, 2013, a small group of UnitedHealth Group, UnitedHealthcare, and Optum employees, along with some key business partners will embark on a 100 mile cycling ride in Minnesota benefiting the UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation ("UHCCF").

In 2012, the ride raised $50,000 to support the foundation and our goal this year is $100,000. We have our work cut out for us…in both training and fundraising….and we need your support.
The Children's Cancer Foundation Inc. is inviting people to "make some noise for kids with cancer" at the 2013 Rumble In The Jungle (RITJ) fundraising event. Participants can register to rumble by completing the online registration form, set their own personal fundraising goal, and solicit their friends and family to donate to their personal fundraising page online via credit or debit card. Rewards are given to participating rumblers based on how much they raise. Coca Cola and Giant are just two of the event sponsors. A "Beastly" sponsorship package is available for purchase online which offers sponsors exposure on event signage, the website, event t-shirt, and social media. Tickets to the event can be purchased online conveniently with a credit card. Two different ticket options are available.
The 2013 "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" is a walk-a-thon fundraising event to benefit Safe Alliance Organization. To get involved and support Safe Alliance participants can register to walk as an individual, start a team, or join a team. Registration form can be completed online, as well as the payment of the registration fee. A link to the Safe Alliance website is featured for viewers to learn more information about the organization. Walkers can purchase a pair of heels to participate in online in advance, which will be provided to them the day of the event.
The world's largest charity scavenger hunt brings together hundreds of participants that take part in an Amazing Race styled scavenger hunt that takes the participants on a journey throughout the Merrimack Valley and Southern New Hampshire that they will never forget. Teams of 4 stop at local businesses while following a clue trail, completing mental and physical tasks, collecting objects and taking pictures in an effort to collect the most points. The teams that collect the most points will take home awards and cash prizes. created the website for this event that allowed participants to register and pay for the event as well as get their own team fundraising page.
For over 60 years, NYO has provided a special environment for the development of young athletes through recreational sports. In order to meet growing demands and keep the park safe, TeamNYO has launched a Capital Campaign with a goal of $1,250,000. Funds raised will go towards making improvements and addressing issues such as parking, traffic flow, and safety. YouTube videos have been uploaded to further explain the campaign. There are several ways to support the campaign including; leadership giving, making a pledge, donating to a team or giving a gift of appreciated stock or securities. Contributions can be made online as each league and team has their own team fundraising page. To raise additional funds, NYO held its first silent auction where items were featured, bid on, and purchased online directly from their campaign fundraising website. From golf carts, parking spaces, sports tickets and dinners, the TeamNYO Auction had something for everyone.