1. Tell them who we are!
We hope that the day is near when Abilities in Harmony will be a household name, but until then, they need to hear what we do. This is all you need to say "Abilities in Harmony is a non profit organization that provides adaptive show choir camps to middle and high school students with special needs in Wisconsin and Minnesota."
And then you could say a little more "Performers are paired one on one with a high school or college student, and together they learn vocals and choreography performed in the camp's concluding show."
2. Why does it matter to you?
They won't donate unless they know why you care! If you were in show choir all through high school and now get to volunteer, tell them! If your child has always wanted to do show choir and hasn't been able to until now, tell them! It is your personal connection that will draw them in.
3. Tell them how they can help!
Make sure your post direct them to our GoFundMe page! Give them a call to action like...
"Give more students the opportunity to experience the joy of show choir by donating to their GoFundMe page today!"
Here is the link https://www.gofundme.com/abilities-in-harmony
4. Pack it full of information.
Link the post to our Facebook page, GoFundMe, and/or website! Then they can choose to learn more about us, and your post doesn't get to be too long to read.
5. Give them a visual!
If you have a relevant picture, USE IT! Your friends and family are way more likely to donate if they see your smiling face. Pictures from camps, with participants, or even you doing show choir, are all appropriate!
Still not sure what to post?