Custom Fundraisers

Find all the resources and tools you need to set up your own fundraising event in support of FORCE.

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Custom Fundraisers

Fundraising Ideas

Check out our list of fundraising ideas!

Thank you for your interest in supporting FORCE through a fundraising event. We appreciate your willingness to raise money and awareness for our organization and the fight against hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.

  • Step 1: Review the Fundraising Event Guidelines (pdf).
  • Step 2: Complete and submit the FORCE Fundraiser Registration Form. This form gives us the information we can use to help promote your event, so provide as much information as possible. From this form you can also order free brochures and jelly bracelets for your event.
  • Step 3: We'll send approval for your event within 48 hours. In the meantime, check out our Fundraiser Toolkit.


Event Promotion

If your fundraiser is open to the general public, FORCE can assist with promoting the event as follows.

  • Include announcement in the local FORCE group's monthly Constant Contact email.
  • Include announcement on the local group's page of this website.
  • Post information on national and/or local Facebook pages.
  • Tweet event information on national Twitter page.
  • After the event we'll share the information (with photos if available) in our online scrapbook, and in our local updates.


Successful Fundraisers

Brighton CollectiblesBrighton Collectibles

Brighton Collectibles - Lakeline in Austin, TX, donated proceeds from sales of their Power of Pink charm and badge clip. The store also invited our local outreach coordinator, Renee Wasserman to provide information on FORCE and hereditary breast and ovarian cancer to shoppers.



51 Supper Club51 Supper Club

51 Supper Club at Downtown in the Gardens, Palm Beach County, FL, hosted a fundraiser for FORCE.

More ways you can help.

Recognize a Loved One

Team FORCE is a community of athletes and fitness enthusiasts dedicated to supporting the hereditary breast and ovarian cancer community.

Recognize a Loved One

There are many ways you can recognize a loved one. Create a named fund, a tribute, send an e-card or donate in someone’s name.