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Stroke Challenge - Challenge Yourself. Challenge Stroke.
Stroke Challenge

Step number 1.

 

 

 

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Enter Fund Information

2. 

Enter Honoree Information

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Provide Your Information

4. 

Agree to the Waiver

You are about to create your personal fundraising page (also called a Fund). You are the Champion.

Tell your story about why you are running, give details about the race and encourage supporters to donate and cheer for you on race day. Update your page frequently with your training progress to keep supporters engaged.

To add a more personal touch you can make this Fund in honor or memory of someone. If you do they are the Fund Honoree. They or a family member can be notified as donations are received.

Once you complete these easy steps, your page will be available immediately online. You'll have access to the Champion Center where you can begin sending emails to friends and family and make updates to your page at any time.

Thank you for the incredible commitment you are making.

Use this link to return to the search page if it was your intention to support a runner instead of making your own page.

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Your Fund Information:

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The information you need to supply depends on the type of fund you create.

Honorary funds require honoree name and contact information.

Memorial funds require honoree name and contact information for the honoree’s representative.

Personal funds do not require this information.
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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:

 

Give your fund a name. This can be your first and last name, or a creative name that describes why you are doing this. Supporters will be able to find your page by this name.

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Why do you care so passionately about stroke? Tell a personal story to inspire people to donate to your fund. You can return later to the Champion Center to make changes.

 

 

 

Post a picture and add a personal touch. You can change photos or add photo albums later in the Champion Center.

 

Upload a Picture for Your Fund Web 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.


 

 

Do you have a fundraising goal? Goals are not required but are helpful incentives to get people to contribute to your fund.

Suggested Goal: $1,000.00
 

 

Your fund description appears alongside your fund name in search results, distinguishing your fund from others with similar names.

 

 

 

Chances are you want as many people to know about your fund as possible. However, if this is not the case, select Make Personal Fund Private to prevent your fund from being displayed in search results. If you select this option your fund will only be accessible via the URL you disclose to your supporters.