How can I fundraise?
Having a fundraiser is a great way to raise awareness, do advocacy and bring help to people with albinism in Tanzania all at the same time.

What’s more, you are multiplying your impact to save lives and empower change. 100% of funds raised always go directly to programs in Tanzania.

Do a fundraiser

It's easy and feels good! Set a dollar goal, choose an activity and involve your family and friends.

Check out some ideas and resources below.

Engage on social media

Start an online campaign on Facebook or Twitter

Host an event

Have a dessert evening or film viewing party and ask for donations.

Pledge your birthday

Instead of gifts, ask for donations.

Be creative!
Want an easy, safe way to fundraise online?

Customize your own fundraising page on our secure online site. Everything is set up for you. And’ it’s quick and simple to add your own personal touches.

Click a link and see how it works.

Download our guidelines & ideas

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