Businesses, schools and community organizations are joining the movement by participating in LI2DAY events, hosting third party fundraisers or sponsoring an event. Learn all the ways you can get moving with LI2DAY!
Businesses can support LI2DAY
Put together a company team to participate in the 13.1 Mile Walk on June 10, 2017 $75 per person registration fee and $500 fundraising commitment per person Leverage your business’ products/services to create a third party fundraiser by hosting an event that will highlight your commitment to community charities. You can ask employees to fundraise $250 on their own and then the business can match the other $250 with a third party fundraiser. This is a great way to show your community support while promoting your business.
Schools can support LI2DAY
This is a great way to teach students of any age about helping others. Elementary Schools, Middle Schools, High Schools, Colleges and Universities can fundraise for LI2DAY through various events. Students can fundraise and donate to LI2DAY. Student Councils, Student Clubs, Sports Teams, PTAs and Booster Clubs can raise awareness and funds for LI2DAY. In addition to scholarships, LI2DAY’s expanded mission now encompasses all cancers which allow funding raised by LI2DAY to be granted to organizations that include children’s cancer support.
Community Organizations can support LI2DAY
Any community organization can get involved by participating in our events or hosting third party fundraisers. Churches, Synagogues, Civic Associations, Chambers of Commerce, Fire Departments, Police Departments, Running Clubs, Town Youth Sports and Clubs can have a tremendous impact on fundraising for LI2DAY.
Third Party Fundraising Made Easy
Businesses can use their products/services to raise funds by running promotions, special events that raise funds or going to an outside establishment for a paint night, restaurant night, bar night, bowling alley, pancake breakfast… the possibilities are endless. Schools can use existing sporting events and/or tournaments, club events to fundraise by collecting donations, selling awareness items, selling raffle tickets for a 50/50, Chinese auction or selling baked goods at events. Elementary schools can hold a Rock, Paper, Scissors tournament for donations. Private schools can have a casual day of clothing for a donation. Physical education teachers can also use their own custom programs to raise funds. Again, the possibilities are endless. Community groups have so many options as well. Running clubs can use what they love to do. Runners can use marathons, half-marathons, 5Ks, triathlons… etc. to seek donations from family and friends to donate to LI2DAY. Youth sports clubs can utilize sporting events like the school teams. There are so many ways to give back to the community and help those fighting cancer. Join the LI2DAY Movement Today – What’s Raised Here Stays Here!