Facebook Fundraisers

Facebook Fundraisers enable people to raise money for charity via Facebook. Facebook users can create a dedicated page to share their story, tell others about their mission and encourage donations from their followers. People can then donate on the page with the click of a button, hassle free, without having to leave Facebook.

To setup a Facebook Fundraiser for Naomi House & Jacksplace, check out our handy 'how to' guide below.

Aidan on swing

How do I set one up?!

  1.  Go to your News Feed and click Fundraisers in the left ‘explore’ menu.
  2.  You’ll then be taken to the Fundraisers page. Next, click Raise money.
  3.  Then select the middle icon called Charity.
  4.  Type in Naomi House & Jacksplace and select us from the drop down menu.
  5.  Fill in the details, including the amount of money you wanted to raise, your fundraiser end date, the fundraiser title and why you’re raising money.
  6.  Then, select a cover photo. We suggest using our logo, which can be downloaded here.
  7.  Then click create, and your Facebook Fundraiser is live!
  8.  Don’t forget to regularly share your Facebook Fundraiser on your page, encouraging your friends and family to donate.
Ben in rubber ring in pool with care team

Suggested wording

If you're not sure what to write in your Facebook Fundraiser, we've pulled together a few suggested words for you...

"For my birthday this year, I’m asking for donations to Naomi House & Jacksplace. I’ve chosen to support my local hospices, as they do great things for local life limited and life threatened children, young adults and their families. I hope that you'll consider contributing as a way of celebrating with me.

Your donation could go towards a much-needed respite stay, vital nursing care, family bereavement support, a messy play session, a dip in the hydrotherapy pool, sensory therapy and many more services that Naomi House & Jacksplace provides.

Every little bit will help me reach my goal, so please give what you can to support this worthy cause. Thank you."