After natural disasters, communities need help to recover and rebuild. A Disaster Relief Fund can help you reunite your own community while encouraging others to provide essential support.
Use your social networks to spread the word
If you promote your fundraiser on social media, you're more likely to receive donations and keep the momentum going. Continue reading to know more about rescue disasters.
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If you enjoy sharing your stories, we've seen that social media channels are one of the best ways to share your findings to help your community. Here are some tips to help you share resources effectively:
Encourage your friends and family to share your fundraising relationships. Additional exposure can increase traffic and donations, and increase the likelihood of reaching potential donors.
If you want to reach more potential donors outside of your direct Facebook circle, make sure your fundraising posts are public, not "friends only" so everyone can see them.
Establish a Community Support Fund
Many people have turned to crowdfunding to raise money quickly during natural disasters. Fundraising can take many forms – you can raise money to rebuild a house after a flood, pay for emergency medical care for survivors, or help your neighbors get back on their feet in hundreds of helpful ways.
Write a timeline for collecting and allocating funds that clearly shows how funds will be allocated efficiently.