Here are a few ideas that have been easy and successful by members:
Loose change fundraiser
Pocket change can go a long way, and that's why it's one of the most popular fundraising techniques. Set up a jug or penny jar at your work, your child's school, local community center or another location that's bound to get some foot traffic. Just post a sign to the outside so people know who they're donating to and watch the jar fill up in no time!
Share Little Hearts with high school/college clubs and events!
One of the best methods for fundraising is getting involved with the younger members of the community. They prove to be generous when they have to be. Little Heart's first ever fundraiser was done by Higganum High School in 1997 in Connecticut. The Cameron family was in need of help after their son needed open heart surgery. After various events at the local high school, they raised thousands of dollars to help a family in need
Share Little Hearts on social media
Spread the word about the number one birth defect. Provide friends and family the link to our donation page and merchandise page if they want to support us. All of our donations go back into the organization so we can continue to provide services to families such as parent matching and stories of hope.