My Community Fundraiser

By coordinating with My Community Fundraiser, your next gathering can be one with a cause!

With the following information and these 7 simple steps you can organize a successful event.

  1. Find out how we can help you
     
  2. What type of event do you want to host? Find inspiration for your event and read stories about other events.
     
  3. Register your event! Please contact Eileen at equigg@braintumour.ca or 1-800-265-5106 ext. 224 to get started and register today!
     
  4. Plan your event. A plan gives structure to your event, allows you to create a strategy, and helps you identify the specific tasks that need to be completed to make the event a success. These steps can help you plan a successful event.
     
  5. Promote Your Event: Reaching people who are interested in the cause or the type of event you having will help boost your attendance and participation. Read these tips for successful event promotion.
     
  6. Submitting the Proceeds and Thanking Your Supporters: Find out how to submit your donation and how to thank your supporters for the success.
     
  7. Share Your Success!  Please send us pictures and a brief description of your recent event and we will share your success with the brain tumour community. By telling us about your success and how much fun you had, you will inspire others to help the brain tumour community. Please submit details to Eileen at equigg@braintumour.ca.
Still have questions?  See these Frequently Asked Questions about Community Fundraising Events.

To get started with a Community Fundraiser today contact:

Eileen Quigg
Community Engagement and Events Associate
equigg@braintumour.ca
1-800-265-5106 or 519-642-7755, ext. 224
 

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