Design Your Own Challenge
Are you looking to create your own "hook" to inspire people to support you?
"Choose your own adventure" and use your platform to inspire giving.
If you're interested in creating a new habit or attaching a fun activity to your challenge, you can design your own! Finding a fun "hook" can be a great way to inspire others to give.
There are so many different ways that you can catch the eye of your friends and family. Pick a fun activity, or
Here are some examples:
COLLECT DONATIONS AS YOU DEVELOP A PRACTICE OR REACH A GOAL
Sokmala commits to doing 2,000 push-ups before September 15th! She's asking for people to sponsor her $1 per pushup!
LaToya has been walking regularly since the pandemic. She will walk 1,000 miles by Sept 15th in honor of the patient community. Her goal is $1,000, and if she hits that goal, her sister has pledged to match that initial $1,000 raised in full.
Ayana will ride her stationary bike 2,141 miles to Philly, and ask for donors to sponsor her per mile!
Aidan wants to start practicing meditation regularly. He has just committed to meditating daily for 15 minutes. He is asking for his network to sponsor him for $1/minute.
PLEDGE TO TAKE ACTION IF YOU HIT YOUR GOAL
If Chris raises $500, he'll grow a neck beard and take (and share) a video of himself singing "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins.
If Daniella raises $1,500 by September 15th, she'll watch 24 hours straight of Nicolas Cage movies.
Kelly's family decided that if they hit their fundraising goal, they'd enter their oldest car in a demolition derby!
If Rachel hits her fundraising goal by September 15th, she'll shave her head for desmoid tumor awareness.
HOST A VIRTUAL NETWORKING EVENT
Lauren hosted an ice cream social in honor of RFA! She asked her friends to make a donation to her fundraising page to attend.
Dana hosted a Zoomba party in honor of our annual RFA! Participants were encouraged to donate $15 to her fundraising page, and her and her friends did Zumba on Zoom!
Need more support? We got you!
And remember, you can always post in our Facebook accountability group, the RFA Challenge Chat, for support! Check in with us if you're looking to train, and would like to be held accountable. We are here to support you!