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Form a Team

Are your friends and family looking for a way to make a difference? Do your coworkers talk about doing good, but don't know how? Help the people you love to make a difference by starting a team.

Team fundraising is one of the best ways to make a difference! When groups come together and rally around our movement, there's no limit to the funds they can raise and the change they can impact.

Form your team today and raise funds together, walk as a group, and spend a day doing good. Your hard work helps local HIV and AIDS service organizations provide lifesaving care to people in need.

What is a team?

Teams are a fun way to participate in AIDS Walk Atlanta with the people you love. Gather your friends, family, coworkers, and neighbors to multiply your fundraising resources and help benefit this vital cause.

Many teams walk to commemorate lost loved ones. Dedicate your team to someone you love, and walk to remember.

You can also represent your company, school, church, or organization to rally donations and boost goodwill.

Teams can range in size from two to more than one hundred walkers. On-event rewards are given to the largest group and the top fundraising team.

How to Form a Team

When registering online, select the "Form a Team" option, and name your team. This will make you the team captain.

If you have already registered for AIDS Walk Atlanta as an Individual Walker, contact us to form your team.

Get started fundraising today! When you raise funds, AIDS Walk Atlanta and 5K run & Music Festival helps our community save lives. We put together a list full of helpful fundraising tips for you and your team.

Team Fundraising

Get started fundraising today! When you raise funds, AIDS Walk Atlanta and 5K run & Music Festival helps our community save lives. We put together a list full of helpful fundraising tips for you and your team.

  1. Create a Team Fundraising Event.
    • Put together a yard sale, car wash, or dinner party to help raise funds.
  2. Make a Facebook Group.
    • Make a group page that is dedicated to your team. Use it as a forum to praise and motivate your members.
  3. Create a Fundraising Timeline.
    • Include events, fundraising letters, and follow-up. Track teammate progress and congratulate members on achieving their goals.
  4. Start Fundraising Early.
    • It never hurts to be the first to email your friends and family to make the ask.
  5. Use Social Media.
    • Tweet out your fundraising appeal or post one of our social squares on Instagram or Facebook.

Team Fundraising Tools
Social Squares to Share
Facebook Cover Photos
Team Flyer 8x11"
Team Flyer 11x17"
Conversation Bubbles for Social Media
Donation Letter Templates

Can’t Find What You’re Looking For?
Check out our Team Captain FAQ for answers to all of your team building questions.
Team Captain FAQ