Event date: Sunday July 28, 2019 Registrations Open: Open Fundraising Open: Open
Event ProfileJoin Sole Motive & Run Melbourne again in 2019 to celebrate 12 years of running Run Melbourne together. Over 170,000 people have helped Run Melbourne since 2008, clocking up thousands of kilometres training, smashing hundreds of personal bests, and collectively raising over $16.5 million for more than 400 charities.
How to set up a Run Melbourne supporter pageSetting up an online supporter page in Run Melbourne is easy – even if your organisation isn’t a featured charity. Step 1: Register as an event participant online at the Run Melbourne official website. Step 2: During the registration process, participants will be prompted to set up an online fundraising page for a featured charity or to complete their registration and visit the Run Melbourne fundraising website to select a non-featured charity. Step 3: Once registration has been completed, they will automatically be taken to their new Everydayhero supporter page or will need to visit the fundraising website mentioned above to set up their page. Step 4: They will then need to personalise their page with a profile photo and let everyone know why they’re supporting your charity. Step 5: Finally, they will need to share their unique supporter page link with friends, family and colleagues via email and social media.
TOP TIP: If you are a non-featured charity we recommend acquiring fundraisers before they have registered for the event to ensure that they choose your charity to fundraise for. To help activate your supporters you can request a unique start fundraising charity url from our Customer Success Team which preselects your charity for your supporters. You can then send this out to your supporter database via email. Just ensure you remind them to register for the actual event!
Asking your supporters to compete for youIt’s easy to make the most of the event opportunity. It all begins with asking your supporters to take part and support you by giving their effort and time. Make sure you ask:
- Past supporters who have run, walked, ridden or swam for you previously
- Both your one off and regular donors, by offering them another way they can support you with their effort
- Your volunteers
- Your charity’s staff
Setting up a charity teamSetting up a fundraising team is a great way to build a sense of community for all your supporters in the event. Once you’ve created your charity team, make sure you invite anyone supporting you in the event to join. Need help setting up a charity team? download our guide here.
- Major Community Event Fundraising Guide
- Fundraising tips for your supporters.
- Email templates to engage your supporters to fundraise for you.