Thank you for registering for Walk for a Wish! 

Now it’s time to setup your Personal Fundraising Page.

While fundraising is not required, we hope you’ll join in to help! It just takes a few minutes to set-up your personal page, then simply share your personal link to Facebook, Twitter, etc. You may be surprised by how many people want to help.

Remember, every dollar raised goes to providing gifts and grocery cards for local children and families during the holidays.

We suggest a personal goal of $100 but any amount you raise makes a difference. Anyone raising $20 or more in donations by day of the walk will receive a free Walk for a Wish T-Shirt.

Click here to set up your Personal Fundraising Page.


How to Share your Fundraising Page:

  1. Once you set up and publish your Fundraising Page, you can share your page using the personalized link in the top right corner next to the small eye icon. Copy and paste the link into an email or onto your social media pages.
  2. Or, click the eye icon to view your page and share using the Facebook and Twitter icons  found on the right just below the blue box.
  3. Need help? Contact us at


In case you don’t have time to set this up now, we’ve already sent an email to you with this link and info.

Thanks again & don’t forget to mark the date on your calendar — Saturday, September 8th!

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