Need Some Help? 

Here's how to set up your team's fundraising page step-by-step. Also, we're adding in some photos and a video for you to use if you'd like! We highly recommend at least sharing the video a few times during your fundraising efforts. By the way, it's a LOT easier to set up your team from a computer than from your phone. 

Remember — you're raising money for very important work and competing for very incredible prizes!


Here are some screen shot instructions you can use to set up your page:


Here's a Serve Moore Fundraising video you can use on social media or linked to your Play to Renew Team Page! 

All these photos have been sized to work properly with the fundraising app. You can use them to add to your posts on social media, use them on your team's page, or send them in emails — whatever helps tell the story of why you #SupportServeMoore.

Just right-click or CTRL-Click on any image and choose "Save As" to download it.


Make a list and check it twice.
Make a list of potential donors. Include everyone you know and send them each a letter, email, or text to point them to the kindful app page. You could also start by making a donation yourself and ask others to match it!

Ask every day.
Ask one person each day to make a contribution. If you get five $20 gifts, you'll have raised $100 in less than a week! Disasters relief is an issue that most Oklahoman's feel strongly about, and most people are happy to donate - even in tough economic times. Don't assume the answer is no - give everyone the opportunity to make an impact and make a tax-deductible donation.

Honor someone.
Encourage friends or family affected by disasters to be part of your team. Let everyone know your team is walking in his or her honor. A real-life story makes your fundraising personal.

Talk it up.
Ask for a few minutes on the agenda of any meetings you'll be attending. Explain why you are participating in the event and ask for everyone's support. If you're dedicating your efforts to someone who was affected by disaster, tell that person's story.