Marathon Fundraising Part 2

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In part one of this two-part series, we explored how easy it is for marathon runners to raise money online for charity. Even those who feel like they do not know how to fundraise were given tips for how to quickly put together a successful online fundraising campaign. Click here to review the important information contained within that post.

4 steps to better marathon fundraising with DonationTo.com

Step 1

One of the most important aspects of your online fundraising page is an image that is relevant to your fundraiser. As a marathon runner, you should post a photo of yourself running. If you compete in a lot of marathons, then you should use an image that shows you crossing the finish line. This will make people feel compelled to donate online because they will see that you have a history of completing marathons. In addition to posting at least one photograph, you should also consider posting a video. If you do not have one, make sure that someone shoots a video of you running during your next race.

Step 2

Post any scheduling information that you have about your marathon directly to your DonationTo.com fundraising page. This will encourage family members and friends to come out and watch you run. By seeing it for themselves, they will have a better grasp of what you are undertaking to raise money online for charity. The marathon will become a bonding experience for those who are on the sidelines, and it is likely to encourage them to donate online again for future marathons. They may even feel so personally involved after being at the marathon that they will help you brainstorm about future fundraising ideas.

Step 3

If you participate in marathons on a regular basis, then you should consider purchasing your own domain name. For example, a woman named Amy who runs in several marathons a year with the intention of collecting donations for charity might buy the domain name AmysMarathons.com. This will make your fundraising efforts easier to locate via Google, and you will receive more donations as a result. DonationTo.com makes it easy to link your online fundraising page with your personal domain name, and you should take advantage of this to reach a larger audience.

Step 4

One of the most exciting aspects about running in a marathon is having people cheer you on from the sidelines. DonationTo.com recognizes the importance of this for both the runner and the donor; the website provides you with several fundraising ideas and tools, but perhaps the most motivational aspect of your fundraising page is the comments section. Every person who donates will have the ability to cheer you on virtually by leaving a comment, and everyone who visits your page will be able to read them.

As a marathon runner, your emphasis should be placed on the race itself instead of on learning how to fundraise. DonationTo.com makes it easy to collect donations, and all you have to do is follow the simple tips in both parts of this post. Post a photo of yourself running in a race, along with scheduling information for each marathon. This will make people feel comfortable giving a donation, and it will also encourage people to actually go to a marathon to watch you run. If you participate in marathons on a regular basis, then you should purchase a unique domain name and link it to your DonationTo.com fundraising page. Make sure to leave comments enabled on your page so that everyone can virtually cheer you on.

Marathon crowdfunding is especially important as it is a motivation to all participants. Learn how to share your cause and you will be able to crowd fund following this donation website tips.

Looking for additional fundraising tips check out these other links: How to Write Emails for FundraisingHow to Receive Online Donations with 5 Email TipsHow to Fundraise for MarathonHow to Do Fundraising for MarathonHow to Not Give Up

 

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