Our top fundraising tips to help you reach your goal
1. Get Interactive on Everyday Hero - Use your Everyday Hero fundraising page to tell a story. You can add photos, thank your donors and update them on your training/ preparation for the walk.
2. Email is King - Don’t be shy to ask friends, family and colleagues for donations to help sick kids. They are usually more than happy to help if you ask. Start with an email explaining why you’re taking part in the walk – adding a personal or funny story always helps! You can also add a specially designed Bob ‘Tug’ Wilson’s Walk banner to your email signature. Download the email signature in our resource section below.
3. Get Social - Share your journey on social media! Keep your friends updated, track your training with selfies or share why you’re taking part.
Direct ask: use your messenger app to send direct asks to people – it’s a more personal approach.
Group pages: don’t forget to message appropriate group pages that you’re a part of Acknowledge donations: post to a friend’s timeline to thank them for their donation. It will encourage others to donate too!
Don’t forget to join the Facebook event page. We will be posting updates leading up to the big day so make sure you click ‘going’. Invite your friends, family and colleagues to join the fun too!
Hashtag: Use #BobsWalk4Kids in all of your social posts so everyone can see you’re a part of something special!