Starting a fundraiser for Ipas is easy! Host a virtual or in-person event, organize a run, or create a challenge to engage your network
At Ipas, we work for a world where every person can choose their own future. Many people still can’t. But you can choose to do something (anything you want, actually!) to help us make reproductive freedom a reality for everyone, no matter who and no matter where.
Got 5 minutes? That’s all it takes
How it works
1. Set up your fundraiser
It only takes five minutes to set up a fundraising campaign for Ipas. First, decide what to do: host a virtual or in-person event, organize a run, or create a challenge to engage your network and raise funds creatively. Then set a realistic fundraising goal. Whether it’s $100 or $1,000, every dollar counts. Next, pick a name and a photo for your personal fundraising page. And just like that, you’ll be ready to start raising money.
2. Spread the word
Once you’ve set up your fundraising campaign, tell everyone about it. The more people you tell, the quicker you’ll reach your goal. Then sit back and watch the donations roll in. Share your fundraising page with friends, family, and colleagues through social media, email, and word of mouth. Share your story and why supporting Ipas is important to you.
Tips for a successful fundraiser:
- Make the first gift. This demonstrates your passion to your friends and family.
- Thank your donors. They’ll receive a tax receipt, but personally thanking them lets them know how much you appreciate them.
- Set a deadline. Having a time-bound fundraiser motivates giving. We recommend 1-3 months depending on your fundraiser.
- Pick a milestone. Birthdays, weddings, and anniversaries are great reasons to fundraise.
- Get personal. Why is reproductive freedom important to YOU? Let your supporters know.
3. See your impact
Your support can make a real difference in the lives of people who need it the most. Together, we can create a world where every person has the right to make decisions about their own body.
What your donation can do
Provides individuals with information on how to safely and effectively self-manage an abortion using pills.
Supplies abortion and contraceptive counseling tools for community health workers.
Trains a young person to be an effective advocate for abortion rights.
Upgrades an abortion clinic so women are comfortable coming for care.
Helps fund the training of abortion providers in hard-to-reach, rural places.