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Fundraise for a Project

We’re calling on you to help. This toolkit is the first step for you in making a difference in the lives of girls across the world.

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The Fundraising Toolkit

The toolkit contains everything you need to know, including: how to get started, ideas for organizing a successful fundraising event, and important requirements.

Download The Fundraising Toolkit

This toolkit is for individuals looking to support projects featured on the Girls Opportunity Alliance Fund (Opens in a new tab).

This method of fundraising is often called ‘third party fundraising,’ because the fundraiser is planned and managed by the volunteer or group; there is no staff or organization involvement. Third party fundraisers are not official Girls Opportunity Alliance or Foundation events, but benefit its work and projects, and are an important resource for raising funds and increasing awareness of our projects and organization.

Please read the  terms and conditions (the “Terms”) to the Girls Opportunity Alliance Fundraising Toolkit (the “Toolkit”). By clicking to agree to download this Toolkit, you (“You”) represent and warrant to The Barack Obama Foundation (the “Foundation”) that (i) You are an individual, and not representing an entity, business, or group, (ii) You are at least 18 years old (any minor must have an adult supervisor taking responsibility for fundraising activities), and (iii) You agree to be bound by all of the Terms when conducting fundraising activities to benefit projects of the Girls Opportunity Alliance (“GOA”), a program of the Foundation.

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