Fundraising resources

How do I ask for donations?

Start by telling your story.

You can copy and paste some of our words below to help you get started.

 

Dear <insert recipient name>,

As you may already know I’m raising funds for CDH Australia so they can help more families affected by congenital diaphragmatic hernia..

I would really appreciate it if you would make a donation through my online fundraising page. I’m aiming to raise $<insert target> so don’t be shy, every little bit counts!

It’s really easy to donate and you get a receipt emailed straight to you. Just click on the link below to go to my fundraising page:

<insert fundraising page link>

CDH means being born with a hole in the diaphragm, and affects 1 in 2,500 births.

This week, 2 families will receive a CDH diagnosis for their child, either during pregnancy, or at birth. The fatality rate is 50%. Families are shattered by the loss of their child. CDH survivors face ongoing health complications. Emotional support is vital.

For a family receiving a CDH diagnosis, fear and anxiety can be overwhelming. CDH Australia provides education, support and a community to share knowledge and experience.

CDH Australia is the only Australian charity dedicated to supporting children and families affected by the rare birth condition, congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH).

Please make a donation to support CDH Australia in their vision for no family to face CDH alone.

Let’s conquer CDH together!

Thanks for your help!

<insert your name>

Images and photos

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CDH Sunflower Sunday images

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