Create a fundraiser to help people diagnosed with breast cancer find trusted information they can count on and a community of support they can lean on. Every dollar you raise goes to support people and their families as they navigate a diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer.
Host a DIY Fundraiser
Do you love hosting dinner parties, playing pickleball, baking tasty treats, or climbing mountains? Give your passion a purpose by turning it into a fundraising event for Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
The possibilities are endless and it’s even easier now that you can build your own online fundraising campaign with our free tool, JustGiving. JustGiving allows you to customize your own fundraising page to let your family and friends know why Living Beyond Breast Cancer matters to you. You can even connect it to your Facebook to make it easy for your friends and followers to donate.
Check out our events calendar to see our current DIY events for some inspiration, but don’t forget that the only limit is your imagination.
Fundraise on social media
You can use social media to donate your birthday, celebrate your favorite holiday, or join in on the efforts to spread awareness during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Tips: Thank your donors by tagging them in posts, share your posts to your stories, and get your friends to interact with your posts. This will boost your fundraiser's visibility and spread your message further. Don't forget to make it public.
Fundraise at work
Workplace giving can be a great team building initiative. Whether you're looking to involve your co-workers or engage your employees, there are many ways to show your support for people diagnosed with breast cancer.
- Check with your employer about a matching gifts program and how you can engage your co-workers.
- Host a dress down or spice it up day
- Challenge your colleagues and earn money while you're at it
- Host a watch party or a guest speaker to learn more about breast health and breast cancer accommodations in the workplace
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