Looking for Sport Relief 2018?

 

Want to fundraise online the easy way? Sport Relief Giving Pages are the tool for you! Fundraising in a school, nursery or youth group? Get info here.

The benefits of having a Giving Page

There are loads of ways that a Giving Page will help make your fundraising a walk in the park.

 

Add a personal touch

Change your photo, update your welcome message to let people know what you’re doing and why, and edit your fundraising target so everyone can see what you’re trying to achieve.

Fundraise with others

When it comes to Giving Pages, you can fundraise on your own or with others. If you are a family you can have one shared Family Giving Page. If you are fundraising with friends or colleagues a Team Giving Page is perfect as you each get a Giving Page, and all of your individual totals contribute to your Team page.

Get sponsors

Giving Pages help you get sponsors easily. We’ve written emails that you can personalise and ping out to your friends and family asking for support, and with one click you can also share your Giving Page on social media - it’ll help spread the word about what you’re up to.

Top tips

There are loads of Top Tips on your Giving Page to help you raise money. Here’s one! If you select for auto-posts about your fundraising milestones to be turned on and published on your social media raise double than those who don’t. A top-tip no-brainer!

Message wall

Your message wall will be filled with messages from your supporters who sponsor you, and you can also post your own updates to appear on the message wall yourself, to help keep your supporters up to date with your preparation for your fundraising activity!

Pay in money

As well as friends and family sponsoring you online, you can pay in any cash that you collect in person and it will go towards your fundraising total.

"Our Giving Page was so easy to set up and share everywhere. Setting a target shows people what you're trying to accomplish - I think you should be ambitious but not too high. Better to smash it!"

Zoe, who did a 24-hour sponsored treadmill challenge