Four Ways to Make an Impact
1. Have Fun While Fundraising for Disaster Relief
Friends of Airlink host fundraising events to benefit Airlink’s disaster relief mission. Consider hosting a “friendraising” page, a charity run/walk, workplace lunchtime trivia event, golf or tennis tournament, neighborhood ‘70s disco night… the sky is the limit!
We recommend you consider first who you’ll reach out to help volunteer, then who your audience is to generate donations and/or ticket sales, and based on those two items, what kind of activity or event will draw a crowd, be fun for you to organize, and generate enough net dollars to be worth your time and investment.
Airlink can set up a donation page for your event, making it easy for your guests to donate directly by credit card – and easy for you because you don’t have to handle any money.
2. Maximize Your Impact
Double the impact of your sustaining gift to Airlink by asking your employer to match your donation. Many employers match their employees’ charitable donations – sometimes even 2:1 or 3:1! Check with your human resources or corporate social responsibility department about how to apply for the match.
Filling out a matching gift form and need more information from Airlink?
3. Mobilize Your Company
Does your workplace do a fundraising drive to help when there is a disaster somewhere in the world? Let Airlink set up an online giving page personalized to your company for its next disaster relief campaign.
We’ll tailor the branding of the the campaign page to your company, and you’ll be able to send it out through your intranet or other communications media. Many companies then choose to offer a matching gift opportunity to double their employees’ impact!
We can work with your HR or CSR department, or your Employee Giving volunteer team, to create a campaign that matches your company’s values and interests.
4. Make a Difference While You Shop with AmazonSmile
Designate Airlink as your charity of choice, and simply shop via smile.amazon.com. Amazon will donate 0.5% of every dollar you spend to Airlink!