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Create your own MSU online fundraiser

Setting up your very own MSU online fundraiser is a great way to help spread the word about myositis and MSU and there are two excellent, and easy ways, to do it.

Create a Facebook Fundraiser

Creating your own MSU Myositis Fundraiser on Facebook is so easy! Visit the MSU public Facebook page fundraiser section, and under the header graphic/video, click the blue “Raise Money” button to get started.

Then, customize the image and wording to make it personal to you. Share your fundraiser, with updates. often.

Create your Facebook Fundraiser

Join our Fundraising Campaign

Crowdfunding campaigns can be a ton of fun! Ask your family members and friends to join the team and then start sharing the campaign.

To get started, click the button below to visit the MSU campaign. Then customize your fundraising page and share often! Post frequent updates with photos for better success!

Launch your Fundraising page

Are you ready to host a fundraising event for MSU?

We want to know about your fundraiser to benefit MSU!  Please complete the form below with all of your campaign details and personal information. We will contact you to help once we receive your information! And, we are honored and thankful that you will take the time to raise funds for MSU, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization!

Here are some ideas to fundraise for Myositis Support and Understanding Association, Inc.

  • Host a booth at a local event
  • Host an Empower Walk or EmpoweRun 5K
  • Host a  house party inviting friends and family. Play games and have a donation contest.
  • Host a work lunch

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