Better medical care. Powerful research. Family support that makes a real and lasting difference in the lives of kids and adults with WAGR syndrome.
When you fundraise for the IWSA, you make ALL of these happen!
Fundraising is fun and exciting, and the IWSA can help. Reach out today and let's work together to make great things happen for people with WAGR syndrome.
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The International WAGR Syndrome Association is a US-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible to the extent of laws in individual countries. The IWSA
Fundraising Policy outlines steps to ensure all fundraising activities comply with applicable regulations and guidelines
Host an Event
How do you fundraise? Get creative! Involve your family and friends. Pick an activity you enjoy, and structure it as a fundraiser. Here are some great examples to get you started:
Golf or Poker tournament
Sports competitions like Netball, a 5k run/walk, fishing derby or softball tournament, Fantasy Football
Facebook birthday fundraiser
Theme parties: Halloween, St Patrick's Day, Mystery Dinner, Fancy Dress
From holding community-wide events like sports tournaments, to hosting clever theme parties, to selling "zebra" popcorn, to a simple birthday appeal on Facebook, there's a fundraiser
that's just right for everyone!
The IWSA Fundraising Toolkit features these exciting ideas and more, along with helpful tips to make your fundraiser fun and successful.
Thinking of doing a fundraiser for the IWSA? Fundraising Coordinator Cathryne Cansler can answer your questions and help maximize your efforts. Contact her
Join the Fundraising Team
Enthusiastic about supporting the mission of the IWSA? There's a spot on this dynamic team of volunteers for you!
Whether you've hosted an event in the past or are new to fundraising, the IWSA policy is designed to help you effectively raise money and awareness for the IWSA. Please review this
policy as it contains important information and guidelines to follow when raising money on behalf of the IWSA.