Host a fundraiser
To learn more about how you can plan your own fundraiser, contact Daniel Baroff at email@example.com.
The scientific and medical progress of the past decade has created big opportunities to advance research and improve patient care, but fueling this work requires resources.
As a patient-driven organization, our continued success depends on the initiative of supporters like you. Each dollar that you raise will help the Chordoma Foundation accelerate the development of new treatments, and provide vital information to help chordoma patients and their families get the best possible care.
It’s easier than you might imagine to host a fundraising event, and can be a lot of fun. There are many ways to help and many ways we can help you.
Will you host a dinner, have a wine tasting, or run in a local 5k? Whether you have hosted fundraising events in the past or are new to fundraising, our Community Fundraising Toolkit is a great resource to help you effectively raise money and awareness for the Chordoma Foundation. This useful guide provides the inspiration and tools you need to create an impactful event. For additional ideas, we also encourage you to review our list of upcoming and past fundraising events that support the Foundation.
Contact us to get support
We will support your fundraising efforts every step of the way, from brainstorming ideas to connecting you with other successful community event planners to providing you with templates and educational materials to publicizing your event. We are here to help answer questions and make your fundraiser the best it can be. The sooner you get in touch with us, the better we will be able to assist you!
Plan your fundraiser
A successful event requires a plan, and we can help with that. Will it happen in one day or take place over time? Will you invite family, friends, or your whole community to join you? We will help you set a goal based on the type of event you will hold, create a timeline, and publicize your event. Whatever your idea, we are here to help.
Make an impact
Planning and hosting a community fundraiser has a meaningful impact on the lives of those dealing with chordoma. Every dollar you raise brings us closer to the day when everyone affected by chordoma is able to overcome the disease and maintain their quality of life. We’re all in this together and every single contribution makes a difference. Thank you for your support!
To help you plan and execute a successful event, we encourage you to read our Community Fundraising Toolkit. The toolkit includes start to finish guidance about all of the steps involved in hosting a community fundraising event, from getting started to creating a timeline to publicizing your event to collecting donations and more.
Words of wisdom from our fundraisers
Check out what some of our amazing fundraisers have to say about their experiences hosting community fundraising events.
“Swing for a Cure was a very positive way for our family and friends to commemorate the tenth anniversary of Hank’s passing. We feel strongly that the event underscored his legacy in a most appropriate manner: supporting an important cause while at the same time gathering together to enjoy a fun afternoon that as a bonus included his favorite sport, golf! We learned that Hank touched many lives and people were extremely generous in supporting a cause important to all of us. We would 100% do it again.”
– Ciocca Family, Swing for a Cure in Honor of Hank Ciocca
“This was our 5th year, and it was amazing to have Team Chordoma and our fundraising effort grow once again. What has been so meaningful is the increasing involvement of the broader Chordoma Foundation community in making this event such a success. I look forward to engaging even more community volunteers and runners next year. This event is bigger than any one person, and so much more can be achieved by including the broader Chordoma Foundation community.”
– Steve Mandel, Brooklyn Half Marathon
“It was a chance for me to get involved. The Chordoma Foundation does so much to advance research and help patients and their families, and I am proud to be a part of this community and everything it stands for and has accomplished for those in need.”
– Seth Butler, Hike to Find a Cure
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