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Digital fundraising toolkit

Check out the digital tools below to boost your fundraising and help even more animals! To download, either right click or hold your thumb on the image, then save to photos.

+ Images to post/share to social media

Show your donors the impact of their generosity. Remember, every gift makes a difference!

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Impact image for Facebook/Instagram stories

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+ Sample text for social posts

Use the posts below as inspiration for fundraising on your social media channels. Fill in the blanks provided or edit them to fit your fundraising style.

Post 1: Be a hero for animals

Animals have played a huge role in my life and supporting animals in need has always been important to me. Every year, thousands of local dogs, cats, and critters find shelter, safety, and love at Animal Humane Society. Together, we have an opportunity to make a difference for them. Will you please help me by supporting my Walk for Animals fundraiser? You can be their hero — and mine. [Insert a link to your Walk for Animals fundraiser.]

Post 2: Have a little fun

We could all use a little fun in our lives right now, so let’s play a game. I’m supporting a cause I care about — Animal Humane Society through the Walk for Animals. For every $10 donation I receive this week, I’ll tell you what animal I think you’re most like and why! Donate now to help local animals and have a little fun! [Insert a link to your Walk for Animals fundraiser.]

+ "Support my fundraiser" text message images

Share your fundraiser via text with friends and family. Don't forget to include a link to your personal fundraising page.

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+ Walk for Animals video

Share our Walk for Animals commercial with your networks to promote your fundraising.

+ Walk for Animals posters

Download and print a Walk for Animals poster for individuals or for teams (cat version or dog version), then hand out your posters to neighbors or hang them up around your office or apartment building.