Kiltwalk Fundraising Tips
Check out our handy fundraising hints and tips to help you smash your fundraising target for the Kiltwalk!
Every pound you raise will be topped up by an incredible 50% this year thanks to The Hunter Foundation. This means your fundraising will go even further in making a difference to our young patients.
Remember, your 50% top-up can only be secured via money raised on your Everydayhero fundraising page. To help your online fundraising total soar, remember these handy hints:
- Did you know that online fundraising pages which include a target raise more? By setting yourself a fundraising target on your page, your sponsors can help you smash it!
- Time your sponsorship asks as your friends, family and colleagues are more likely to make even more generous donations after payday
- Encourage all your sponsors to claim Gift Aid on their donations as this means even more money will be raised for our young patients at no expense to you or your sponsors
- Include a link to your online fundraising page in your work email signature and notice boards to encourage your workmates to show their support
- Share your fundraising page on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and Instagram. Don't forget to tag us in your posts to let all of your connections know how they can help to support a cause that's close to your heart.
Could your employer DOUBLE the value of your sponsorship? Many companies will match the amount you raise; so make sure to ask if your workplace offers a match funding service.
Fundraising Activities to Top Up Your Sponsorship
Organising a bag pack or bucket collection is a fantastic way to give your sponsorship total a huge boost. Once you've secured an opportunity in your local supermarket or community, we'll send you everything you need including Charity buckets and t-shirts!
Share Your Story
Do you have a special reason for walking with us at the Kiltwalk? By sharing your story through your own social media, you can help to raise awareness of your fundraising efforts and inspire people to donate.