“What can I do to help?” A phrase that has undoubtedly been said by millions of family members, friends, neighbors, and coworkers who know someone who is battling cancer. If you find yourself asking this question, the answer is simple: Coordinate a RedBasket.org fundraising campaign.
RedBasket.org helps you set up a free online fundraising campaign for a loved one, friend, or neighbor who is struggling with expenses related to cancer. Experienced and compassionate RedBasket.org staff not only write the fundraising campaign on your behalf, but they also provide fundraising coaching throughout your campaign helping you raise awareness and money. We make running an online fundraising campaign easy, secure and free.
Since RedBasket.org launched in 2012, many individuals have trusted us to help them fundraise for expenses related to cancer. Whether it’s travel and lodging expenses to treatments that are thousands of miles from home or chemotherapy bills and holistic treatments administered by a local physician, RedBasket.org can help you create a personal cancer fundraising page for yourself or a friend.
Here’s why so many people have chosen to fundraise for cancer through RedBasket.org:
It’s 100% free. Because RedBasket.org is financially supported by WoodmenLife, we charge absolutely no fees to fundraisers or to donors.
Good Start. Not only is RedBasket.org 100% free, but we also give every new fundraising campaign an initial $50 donation to help kick start fundraising efforts.
Keep every penny. Fundraisers keep every penny raised whether they fall short, meet or exceed their fundraising goal.
Tax deductions. RedBasket.org is a 501c3 public charity. Donations made via RedBasket.org are eligible for a tax deduction. It is also our position that the grants we pay out are not considered taxable income.
Fundraising coaching. We provide advice throughout your fundraising campaign to help you raise more awareness for your campaign and more money. We can even contact the media on your behalf.
RedBasket.org is here when you’re faced with the question, “What can I do to help?”