Make Your Next Fundraiser High Impact

Have you got a special celebration coming up? Maybe an anniversary or milestone at work? Maybe you've recently taken on a challenge you're really proud of, signed up for a half-marathon, or are considering a health detox like Dry January! Why not use the occasion to raise money for your favorite high-impact charity?

By donating to your fundraiser and helping raise vital funds, friends, family, and colleagues can show their appreciation for your achievement or provide a source of motivation to get you through your challenge!

Seem like a good idea? We think so!

So many of us have unwanted (not to mention environmentally wasteful) presents piling up in our homes from celebrations of years past. By participating in High-Impact Fundraisers, you can bypass the clutter and receive the greater satisfaction of doing good.

It’s a very low-time investment, high-impact way for an individual—or group—to raise hundreds or thousands of dollars for proven charities, thoroughly vetted by independent charity evaluators like The Life You Can Save, GiveWell, and Giving What We Can. Perfect for students or those who, while they may not have a lot of cash themselves, know or work with those who do.

So, join us—start your high-impact fundraiser today, and you won’t be sorry. Do it alone or ask friends to help and make it a group effort. Promote the campaign all around. Then watch the donations come rolling in as you rack up the satisfaction of knowing that your achievement or milestone has a made a difference in the lives of others.

- The Rethink Charity Team

How do I get started?

1. Choose which of the charities below you'd like to support this year (click on the logos to read more about them and join the campaign).

2. Click through to the charity of your choice and create your unique Fundraising Page.

3. Tell your friends and family about your campaign and ask if they'd like to donate!

Participants

Meet some of the fundraisers that are part of this campaign

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