Share these fliers to help your family, friends and colleagues learn about Angelman syndrome, FAST and the wonderful reason we are working so hard to raise money for research.
Donors are motivated by a passion for a cause or compassion for people they have come to know. Be brave enough to share your experience with Angelman syndrome and the way it has affected your child. Fifty percent of people say they give because a friend asked them to do so. Here are a few different fundraising letters and email messages to help you get started. If you have a great fundraising letter that you’d like to share, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Forward your favorite videos to family and friends − or create your own.
Some donors may choose to give you a check instead of donating on your CAN page. Please use this form to record those gifts, and mail the completed form with any checks received to FAST. Donations made to your CAN page will be recorded and processed automatically.
Print a poster to promote an event.
Teams raise more money than individuals, and they add camaraderie and fun competition to fundraising. Remember to thank everyone who supported you in your fundraising efforts.
Click here for our list of companies with matching gift programs. If you don’t see your employer on the list, check with your company’s Human Resources office to see if they offer gift matching. If they don’t, ask them to start one.