Hey, we're launching the Veterans Charity Challenge 2 to raise money for good causes.
Last year I sponsored the first Veterans Charity Challenge to raise money for nonprofits that support veterans and their families. The challenge was so successful that we decided to host the Veterans Charity Challenge 2 this year, but include more folks who really have their boots on the ground. I'm giving $50k to support orgs who are doing good work.
This challenge is for all nonprofits that support veterans, military families, police, and firefighters. It starts in just a few weeks, over on CrowdRise, and there's still time for you to get involved. Here are some reasons why your org should sign up:
- Last year's Veterans Charity Challenge raised over $445,000 for causes like yours
- This year's Veterans Charity Challenge 2 goes from May 22nd at 12pm ET and runs through July 3rd at 11:59:59am ET
- The charity team that raises the most during the Challenge gets $20k, second place get $10k and third place gets $5k
- Plus, there'll be another $15k given away in cash and prizes throughout the Challenge
- Even if you don't win a grand prize, you get to keep the money you raised
Getting involved is easy, folks. Just Go Here and click the Start a Fundraiser button.
Okay…now that you know how to sign up for the Veterans Charity Challenge 2, check out the Veterans Charity Challenge 2 Toolkit. It's a reference guide to help you raise more money than you thought possible for your cause. The Toolkit has really important stuff, including sample calendars and tips.
And, as an extra bonus, if you browse the Veterans Charity Challenge 2 Toolkit and find the hidden movie quote, Email CrowdRise with the name of the movie it's from and you'll be entered to win a pizza party for your org on launch day (May 22nd).
Please share this challenge with all the orgs you know that support vets, milfams, police, and firefighters. These folks do a lot for our country, and it's important to give back. Email CrowdRise with any clarifying questions, they're the real deal.
This isn't altruism, it just feels right.