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annwfyn: (Mood - pottering hedgehog)
Since a bunch of you seem to be fundraising at the moment, have this thing I got sent at work. How to make your fundraising page work for you.

1. Fundraising summary
Writing a page summary is linked to a 36% increase in page value.
Keep it short and sweet. This will be what people see when they land on your Fundraising Page, or when you share it on social media. There’s a word count for a reason – get to the heart of what you’re raising money for, and why it matters.

2. Target
Setting a target donation amount can result in a 45% increase in page value.
Setting a target creates momentum and gives you a goal to focus on. Aim for the minimum you need to make your good thing happen.

3. Image
Uploading a profile picture is linked to a 23% increase in page value.
Let your picture do some talking too. Grab your smartphone or digital camera and capture something that helps to tell your story. People like people, so show your supporters the faces of the person or community who’ll benefit from your hard work

4 Tell your story
Explain why you are raising money, how you are doing it, and why the cause means so much to you.

5 Updates
Adding a text update can lead to an 8% increase in page value per update.
They might look small, but they pack a big punch. Updating your supporters on how things are going, how close you are to your target, how your training is working out, or just saying thanks for all their help will keep them engaged with your story and fundraising.

6 Include all your fundraising
Make sure you include the donations you’ve received by cash and cheque so that all of your efforts can be seen.
 
annwfyn: (Sally - in Porthcawl)
An appeal from the Asha Trust )

I seem to be doing a few charity appeals on here of late, so sorry about that, but they are always for organisations that really matter to me!

This is an organisation run by some people who used to work with my stepbrother's wife, so definitely a genuine and decent organisation. My stepbrother and family visited them when they were last out in Sri Lanka and were really impressed.

They currently need to raise another $9000 to be in with a chance of getting this $25000 funding. What's more, the more individual donors they get, the better their chances, so even a really small donation could really really help.

I know many of you probably already give as much as you can, and that's totally fine, but if any of you can spare a couple of quid, then it would be fantastic if you could throw it towards the Asha Trust.
annwfyn: (Sally - in Porthcawl)
An appeal from the Asha Trust )

I seem to be doing a few charity appeals on here of late, so sorry about that, but they are always for organisations that really matter to me!

This is an organisation run by some people who used to work with my stepbrother's wife, so definitely a genuine and decent organisation. My stepbrother and family visited them when they were last out in Sri Lanka and were really impressed.

They currently need to raise another $9000 to be in with a chance of getting this $25000 funding. What's more, the more individual donors they get, the better their chances, so even a really small donation could really really help.

I know many of you probably already give as much as you can, and that's totally fine, but if any of you can spare a couple of quid, then it would be fantastic if you could throw it towards the Asha Trust.

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