How nonprofits can respond to Coronavirus (COVID-19)


Brands: BP: Page Fundraisers

  • Use your fundraiser description to share why you are fundraising for this particular cause, where the proceeds will go, and drive a sense of urgency to donate.
  • Use a cover photo that illustrates your personal connection to the cause. The cover photo is the largest asset that will be displayed on your fundraiser, so ensure that it catches people’s attention right away.
  • Incentivize giving. Reveal fundraising milestones, encourage your fans to share the fundraiser (even if they cannot donate themselves), and offer to match donations.
  • Involve your audience! Interact with fans on your fundraising page. Say thanks early and often, and reveal the real-world impact that is made possible because of their generation donation.