Thank you for considering hosting a fundraiser benefitting the Children’s Hemiplegia and Stroke Association (CHASA). By hosting a fundraiser you become a part of the critical effort in helping to raise money and awareness of stroke in infancy and childhood, as well as supporting our efforts to improve the lives of all children affected by hemiplegia.
Need an idea for a fundraiser? Check out the list below.
- Create a Page and Fundraise Online
- Restaurant Fundraisers
- Dress down days at work
- Spinning Class at local gym – get sponsors and ride!
- Bake sale
- Garage sale
- “thon” events – bowl, dance, hop, skip, jump, haircut, karate, rocking chair, sing
- Walks and Runs
- Donations in lieu of gifts for Birthday/Anniversary/Wedding or other special event donations
- Popcorn and Movie Night – Host a party at your house and ask everyone to bring a donation. Decorate your table with pediatric stroke facts and pictures of our kids.
- Holiday Trees – Decorate a Pediatric Stroke Awareness Tree for the holidays. Ask a local business that has high traffic if you can place the tree in their store. Ask families to send ornaments or make your own. Don’t forget to include a link on the tree to www.CHASA.org so they can find out more information and even make a donation.
- Game Nights
- Car Wash
- Craft Fair
- Golf outings
- Hot Dog Sale
- Root Beer Floats Sale
- Entertainment Book Sales
- Children’s play date gathering
- Ping pong or Billiards tournament
- Raffle (check with your state laws)
- Silent Auction
- Lemonade stands
- Classroom or church penny jars
- Talent and fashion shows
- Film screenings
- Professional such as photographer or yoga instructor has a session to benefit CHASA and donates the fees to CHASA
Have fun with your event! Be creative! The possibilities are endless! If you’re considering hosting a third-party fundraiser, we’d love to hear about it. Just fill out the Hosting a Fundraiser Form and someone from CHASA will contact you. All events are important – both small and large. FYI – smaller, more intimate events, often raise more funds than larger events because smaller events have fewer expenses. Plus, there’s less stress!
Thanks for helping us help our little stroke survivors.