With Love 10th Anniversary
AFTD is commemorating the 10th anniversary of our annual With Love campaign this February. During the month-long fundraiser, we encourage you to share your FTD story and how love helped you to navigate the journey — all while helping to advance AFTD’s mission.
Here’s how you can participate:
Classy – Create a fundraising page and personalize it by sharing your story through text, pictures, and videos. Then use the quick share buttons that link to social media and email to invite family, friends, and colleagues to check out your page and support your fundraiser.
Facebook – Starting a Facebook fundraiser is simple: just click “Fundraisers” in the left hand menu of your News Feed (under “See More”), and then select AFTD as the Nonprofit you want to support. (Or use the direct link provided below.) Edit your fundraiser title to “With Love 2021” and add personal details, then click “Create” and share it with all of your Facebook friends. When you follow these steps, the funds you raise will directly support AFTD through the With Love campaign.
Shop – Jewelry retailer Kendra Scott will be donating 20% of your purchases – online, in-person, or by phone on February 3rd and 4th – in support of AFTD’s mission. For more details about this “Shop for Good” event, please visit the event page.
Listen – Each Monday in February, Remember Me – a podcast series hosted by Rachael Martinez and Maria Kent Beers – will release special episodes dedicated to our With Love campaign, featuring voices from our community honoring their loved ones with FTD.
Our campaign goal for this year is $100,000 and you can help us to get there! Thanks to the generosity of our campaign sponsors, The Mike Walter Catalyst Fund and The Rainwater Charitable Foundation, the first $20,000 raised through With Love will be matched and automatically doubled to $40,000.
For more information about the upcoming campaign and our various collaborations, please visit the With Love webpage. We hope that you’ll follow along this February, share your own story, and help to raise critical FTD awareness and crucial funds for our mission.