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How to Set Up a Facebook Fundraiser in Just a Few Clicks

It’s easy to start supporting NPF research with your own personal fundraising campaign.

There’s no better way to support and spread awareness of the National Psoriasis Foundation than with your own, personal fundraiser on Facebook. In just minutes, you could be helping to fund services and research that will impact the lives of millions, thanks to the power of you and your network of family and friends.

You can also be confident that every dollar you raised will be used to its fullest potential. For the seventh year in a row, NPF has received a four-star rating (the highest possible score) by nonprofit watchdog Charity Navigator. Every dollar donated supports research to find a cure for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis, as well as services like the Patient Navigation Center.

Let’s Get Fundraising

To create a fundraiser for NPF, click here or follow these steps:

  1. Click Fundraisers in the left menu of your News Feed.
  2. Click Raise Money.
  3. Select Nonprofit or Charity.
  4. Select “National Psoriasis Foundation” as your charitable organization, choose a cover photo and fill in the fundraiser details.
  5. Click Create.

And that’s it.

Once your campaign is set up, all you need to do is watch the donations come in. Facebook will handle the rest, and soon you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that you helped.

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