RESCUE PROGRAMS


One of the most crushing realities of poverty is that children suffer the most. 

But you can help - you can save the life of one child and bridge the gap between despair and hope.

You can start saving lives by creating a fundraising campaign. Together with your friends and family, you can rescue children from malnutrition and abandonment in Guatemala, Uganda, and Haiti. It takes only a few minutes to get started!

Not only will you save a life, but you also will show impoverished children, families, and communities that they matter -  your impact will last a lifetime and beyond. 

Ready to start? Here are three simple steps to set up your fundraiser:

Step 1: Create a Page

This will take only about five minutes and will give you a customized page to track your fundraising progress. Get personal - explain why rescuing babies is important to you and why you are getting involved.

Also, be sure to create a unique URL. Use something short and easy to remember so you can share it easily with your supporters. 

Here’s an example: rescue.worldhelp.net/Noel

Step 2: Spread the Word

Once you've created your fundraising page, it's time to share your campaign with friends and family. Use your voice to spread the word through social media, email, and word of mouth. Be intentional and creative - find a way to communicate the urgency of the situation in a way that compels others to join you.

Step 3: Update Your Supporters

The level of communication you maintain with your supporters directly correlates with your campaign momentum. If you’re halfway to your goal, let your supporters know!

When you’ve reached your goal, don't forget to celebrate! Be sure to thank those who have helped you along the way. You've worked together to save many live - that's something of eternal significance. 

If you have any technical support issues, feel free to reach out to the CauseVox team by emailing support@causevox.com. Thank you for choosing to act. 

- the World Help Team

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