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Variety has launched a door-to-door thankyou fundraising campaign to help us raise awareness and funding towards our mission in supporting children living with disabilities live a better life. We have engaged teams of experienced fundraisers to help us conduct the campaign and appreciate your support!
How does the thankyou campaign helps us?
The thankyou campaign allows us to bring awareness and raise money from new supporters towards our work in helping children living with disabilities. We work with partners on the campaign which makes it possible for us to grow and have a more succesful campaign in areas which we don’t have the necessary resources to conduct such fundraising.
Why do we use face-to-face fundraising?
Meeting us face-to-face allows you to have a personal conversation, perhaps to share your concerns about the world, and to learn how you can make a tremendous difference in the lives of children. You’ll have a chance to ask questions and get to know us firsthand — and learn how you can contribute in a meaningful way.
Fundraising team locations
What can you expect when meeting one of our fundraisers?
You might meet our fundraisers at your home or business, outside local retail shops or city sidewalks.
hey’ll give you the opportunity to join the thankyou campaign and may use electronic tablets or QR codes to a website, to securely process your information so you can get a thankyou eGift and receipt.
How can you identify a fundraiser from Variety – thankyou campaign?
A Variety / thankyou fundraiser will: Be properly dressed, wear an ID badge with name, ID number and photo. Ask you to join the thankyou campaign via direct debit or credit/debit card; and Never ask for a cash donation nor accept cash.
Is my personal and financial information safe?
Variety’s partners are compliant with Payment Card Industry (PCI) regulations for financial data security and meet industry regulations related to fundraising.
If you have any questions about our fundraisers, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. They will be more than happy to assist you.