Create your Fundraising Campaign


Enter campaign information


Enter Honoree information


Provide your information


Agree to waiver

Step number 1.




You are the Champion of this campaign. If this is an Honorary or Memorial fund, the person to whom you are paying tribute is the Honoree. After you create your campaign, your fundraising page will be immediately available on the Web. You can then access a special Champion Center to customize your web page, as well as create and send emails about your campaign.

The forms below will take you through the necessary steps to create your fundraising campaign and set up your fundraising page. We hope you find these forms easy to use, but if you have problems or questions, feel free to contact us at

Choosing your Campaign Type:

  • Honorary Campaigns are in honor of/a tribute to a brain tumor survivor or a living person ('honoree') who has inspired you.
  • Memorial Campaigns are in memory of someone ('honoree') who has passed away and has inspired you to join the brain tumor cause.
  • Personal campaigns should be used if you are organizing this fundraiser as a result of your own personal triumphs and experiences.

The Campaign Type you choose will determine the information you will be asked to supply for this campaign later in this process. For an Honorary and Memorial Campaigns, you will be asked for the name and contact information of the Honoree and/or Next of Kin. For a Personal Campaign, you will not be asked for Honoree or Next of Kin information.

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Enter the Campaign Information

New Campaign Information:



= Required Field


The Campaign Type describes why you are organizing a fundraiser.



The following image shows how the content elements are arranged on your default fund page. As you work with the sections below, the corresponding section in the image will highlight to indicate where that information will be located on the default fund page layout.


Your Fund Page: Your Fund Page:


Enter a descriptive label, such as the name of the Honoree, or name of your fundraising event, to help people find your fund when they search for it. The Fund Name will also be used as the initial Title for your campaign web page. You can edit this later in the Champion Center.




Adding a compelling story may help inspire people to donate to this cause.The story you enter here will be visible to others as soon as you finish creating your campaign. You can make changes or add more to this story later in the Champion Center.




You may display one image on your fundraising page to add a personal touch and inspire people to support your campaign. You can change this image later in the Champion Center. To provide more images, you can create and link to Photo Albums from the Champion Center.


Upload an Image for your fundraising page:

1. Prepare your image.
Images must be .gif, .jpg, or .png files. Files with a .jpg or .png type will be automatically resized to fit in a 225 x 300 pixel space. The maximum acceptable file size is 1.5 Mb.

2. Select the file.
Enter the name of the file on your computer or use the Browse button to select the file.

If unable to access browse button, press enter key here to launch the browse dialog..

3. Click the upload image button.



Entering a fundraising goal encourages people to give generously to your cause.

Suggested Goal: $1,000.00


Enter a short statement to display with the Fund Name in search results and to distinguish this fund from others with similar names. Consider entering Honoree/event information (for example, place of residence and other names) in this field. You can edit this later in the Champion Center.




Clicking the following checkbox hides this fund in search results. Only those people to whom you send a link will be able to view your private fund. If you would like public visitors to be able to visit and contribute your site, DO NOT click this box.


Do not display this fund in lists or during searches