VBCF is able to serve all Virginians affected by breast cancer because of supporters like YOU!
VBCF is grateful to the many individuals, organizations, and local businesses across Virginia who host charitable events and giving campaigns to support our mission. Whether you raise $50 at a bake sale or $500 at a school sporting event, you will make a real difference for Virginians with breast cancer. A lot of time and talent goes into organizing these events – we thank you in advance!
We Are Here to Help!
VBCF is happy to support your fundraising efforts with:
- Free breast health educational materials & give-a-ways for your event attendees.
- Breast cancer awareness education content for use in emails or social media posts.
- Use of our logo and other digital media badges/buttons/banners to show you are a breast cancer champion!
- Publicity & promotion on our website, monthly E-news publication, and through our social media.
- Fact sheet about VBCF and what we do.
Contact our Fund Development Manager, Kirsta Millar, at email@example.com if you have questions or other ideas.
What you need to know
Download a short guide that has all the details you need to know about fundraising for VBCF.
Additional Reading: VBCF Fundraising FAQs
Ready to get Started?
Please tell us about your fundraising event!
Need Some Inspiration? Here are a few fundraiser ideas!
Jeans or Casual Dress Day
If your school, organization or place of business has a strict dress code, opt for a day when people can donate a small amount (for example, $5) in exchange for the option to wear jeans or casual dress. For an ongoing fundraiser, make it a regular Friday event.
Community Sports Tournament
Softball, tennis, golf – whatever sport you love! Community-wide events like these also generate publicity – so you’re raising awareness while raising funds!
Host a Dinner Party
Invite guests to dress up as if they are going to a fancy political/charity fundraiser, but instead of asking for $1,000 a plate, you could ask for $10-$100 a plate. For more fun and to spread the work, make it a progressive dinner party where guests move from home to home for each course. You could even make it a pink party and ask your guests to dress up in their favorite pink attire.