Ronald McDonald House Fundraiser Idea

Ronald McDonald House Fundraiser Idea bean bag juggling balls and handmade jewelry flat lay

One of my favorite things to do is give or raise money for a good a cause. If you’re looking for a way to raise money, I have a fun, Ronald McDonald House Fundraiser Idea. You don’t have to have much to start your own fundraiser.

The Ronald McDonald House helps raise funds for families with sick children. Right now, they are trying to reach their goal of giving more than 12,500 additional overnight stays to families by the end of 2017.

In 2006, Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) gave over 2.4 million overnight stays to families. They provide rooms where families can spend more time with their children and doctors. This allows families to make the best decision for their loved ones.

I started a fundraiser idea utilizing my love for making jewelry. I’m offering special prices on my handmade jewelry to raise money. All of my earrings are now going for $12 each, instead of $25. My goal is to donate $500.

How To Start Your Own Fundraiser

1. The simplest way to start a fundraiser is to choose something you love to do.
2. Your next step is to set a goal.
3. And, lastly, share your fundraiser with others.

I, also, created YouTube video of me attempting to juggle. For every time I catch the ball, I would love for you to donate a dollar. See Odessa helping me get the balls…

Sign up at Raise Love to start your fundraiser. You can set personal goals, and customize your page. The only cost is your donation, if you chose to give one.

Let me know if you start your own fundraiser. I’d love to share it on my social medias! It’s so important that we support each other in order to be successful.

I plan to have my fundraiser page updated with the earrings currently for sale. You can, also, request custom pieces. The image above contains pieces now available.

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Bye, lovelies!

Stephanie

S. Casey

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