The larger the Campus Walks teams are, the more we can bring support to our schools and communities. Here are some tools to kick-start your team-building, and to bring more walkers to your team:
Team Page — your team's message and roster on the Campus Walk website. You can use it to recruit new members with the page link. Team Captains can log into their account to edit the team page, add a customized message and photo, email team members, and track recruiting and fundraising.
Sample Messages — we wrote some sample team messages that the captain can use to invite friends, family, fellow students, teachers, coaches and coworkers to join your Campus Walk team.
MORE FUN AND USEFUL TOOLS TO COME!
Fundraising as a Team
Team Page — Every team member should update and personalize their fundraising page when they log into their walk account, and should send their own emails through the account to fundraise.
Sample Fundraising Messages — we wrote sample fundraising messages that are already in your account, BUT feel free to customize your messages to make them more personal!
About Team Donations — Donations cannot be made to a team. Donations can only go toward an individual walker. Each walker's fundraising total goes toward the team total.
T-Shirts - Each individual walker who raises $100 or more will receive a free t-shirt at the walk. Many teams have their own shirts made prior to the walk.
More team fundraising tools coming soon!
If you have questions about teams, feel free to contact us
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