DIY Be Creative

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You can Be Creative and make a difference.
 
We can help.


Starting your own fundraiser is a fun and easy opportunity to support Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) and raise money in a unique way. By organizing and mobilizing people, resources, and talents, you leverage the power of your community working together toward a common goal. Not only will you be raising funds, you will be a key player in raising awareness and advocating for the primary immunodeficiency (PI) community. You are playing a pivotal role in creating better lives for those affected by these rare and chronic disorders. 

When you start a Be Creative fundraiser to support IDF, you help foster a community empowered by advocacy, education, and research. Together, we can work to improve the diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life of people affected by PI. 
$1,528
of $5,000 goal
What is a Be Creative fundraiser?
This is your chance to think outside the box. Use what excites your community to support IDF in new and exciting ways. 

What are some Be Creative ideas?
- Coordinate an online silent auction or a virtual raffle.
- Host a virtual Netflix Movie Night 
- Plan a Zoom Gala or Masquerade Ball 
- Offer a Zebra Mask Decorating Competition
- Host a bake sale and ask your friends to contribute and purchase baked goods.
- Ask a local business to set out loose change jars for one month.


Why should I fundraise for IDF?
In the United States, there are approximately 250,000 people diagnosed with PI, and thousands more go undetected. That's nearly 1 in 1,000 people. With the fundraising events you create, you ensure that IDF can continue to improve the diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life of those affected by PI. 

In 2019 alone, thanks to the donations and funds raised by people like you, IDF was able to: 

  
               
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