Your Pony Up For Kids Fundraiser Guide

It's time to take the love you have for Stillwater Schools and Pony Up For Kids to build support for The Partnership Plan.  We want to make it as easy as possible for you, so we created this guide to help you quickly and easily share our mission and Pony Up For Kids!  So, let's get everyone in your network ready to give!

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Fundraising Champion Basics

How do I become a Fundraising Champion?

If you weren't invited to fundraise for an organization, you can still sign up! Just visit the The Partnership Plan's profile and click the "Fundraise" button

What Link Do I Share?

You'll want to share the link created for your fundraising page found in your Fundraising Toolkit.

You can also share the main campaign link, and your supporters will still be able to donate to your specific page!

How do I get the Word Out?

To get the word our about Pony Up For Kids, you'll want to communicate with your contacts through email messages, social media posts, and word of mouth.Check out some of the sample content below for ideas of what to post and when!

What am I Responsible for?

  • As a Fundraising Champion you're responsible for getting the word out about Pony Up For Kids, and encouraging support for Pony Up For Kids and The Partnership Plan!
  • The Partnership Plan has already set a goal that for our fundraiser as a whole and we have set a suggested goal for your individual fundraising page during Pony Up For Kids, which will auto-populate when you register as a Fundraiser.  If you want to change that goal, you are able to do so in your toolkit page.  
  • Most importantly, you are responsible for having fun with your fundraising efforts and working to share enthusiasm and support for your organization and the causes and objectives you are helping to support. Create a fun video and colorful, passionate thank you message.  If you have the means/connections, we encourage you to come up with "prizes" to offer people when they give through your page.  These are totally optional, but may help encourage people to give.  Get creative!  If you have a favorite local business in your area, see if you can get a gift certificate from them and offer your donors a chance to win for everyone who donates more than $50.  Or, if you are a business encouraging your employees to give, maybe you can offer each giver one free "Wear Jeans Day" for every $10 they give.  We even have some fundraisers who are offering a class- if you give a certain amount to their fundraiser, you and your kids will be able to join a cooking class hosted by them on Zoom.  The ideas are endless and can include things that cost money or things that are free to you.  These small gestures can go a long way towards getting your friends and family to donate to your fundraiser. 

Fundraising Champion Communication Guides

Here are some goodies you can use to help get the word out

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