Fundraising can be intimidating, but we have some ways to make it much easier! In order to attend the main event on March 18 you must raise a minimum of $25 and it has never been easier to get to that goal! Any of these strategies will help get the job done! Also, check out our fundraising incentives page tho see what cool gear you can score by helping the cause!
Check Our Calender Of Events
Join us during CANuary (January) as we ask for spare change donations in the community or during Miracle Week (February). On average, a dancer who cans with us makes $50 an hour! We'll also take it to the streets throughout the year, so look out for those dates on the Event Calender and contact our Assistant Executive Director Megan Hein to get involved. Her contact info can be found under the Contact tab!
Use Some Of Our PreWritten Materials
Go to the Fundraising tab and choose from any of our pre-made templates to post on Facebook, Twitter, email or snail mail that ask friends and family for donations! Those debit and credit donations made online will go straight to the kids via your personal Donor Drive fundraising page that you will receive once you register for the main event. Need to register now? Click here
Have your own idea? Great! Whether it's selling homemade baked goods or setting up a lemonade stand, we know you have some tried and true fundraisers that can increase your personal fundraising total in no time!
We encourage you to fund-raise with the above options, but if you don't have any free time or find that they're just not working for you, then you're welcome to make a donation to yourself via Donor Drive! As long as you've got your $25, you get to come to the main event on March 21!
Cash And Check Donations
You've got the cash, but what do you do with it? We encourage you to email the Executive Director David Leehy and he will get it added to the proper donor drive account for you!