As a participant of The Great Southern Scooter Challenge, you must set up your very own fundraising page. Here you can blog away, upload your photos and provide a secure and easy way for your friends, family and colleagues to sponsor your efforts.
Not only will you be doing a good thing, there is also some fantastic prizes for the individuals and team that raises the most money. Find out more on the Prizes page.
Setting up a fundraising page is vital to the success of the event - as funds are raised by your efforts in getting sponsorship. It's painless and takes less than 2-minutes to get going. Simply click on the 'Set up your Fundraising Page' icon below -if you haven't done so when you Registered to Ride and it will take you to Raisely.com fundraising website then click on 'Sign up' and get started.
Once this is set up your page will be there for your supporters to go in and click on 'Donate' and start raising funds.
If you prefer to deal in cash, there is info below in regards to transfer to the charity.
Thank you, and all the best with your fundraising!
Dealing in Cash
If you have a personal or team fundraising page set-up:
If you receive cash, you can submit this onto your personal/team fundraising page by putting it through on your own personal credit card. You can then keep/deposit the cash back into your own bank account. Alternatively, cash deposits can be made directly into the PlaceMakers Foundation account, no. 02-0924-0131254-000 ref: Scooter Challenge and please then email Tash.Clay@placemakers.co.nz with the amount so she can log it against the correct page.
If you do not have an online fundraising page:
You can also give any cash received to the cashiers on the day, they'll be in the pilot vehicles. Alternatively, cash deposits can be made directly into the PlaceMakers Foundations account, no. 02-0924-0131254-000 but please email Tash.Clay@placemakers.co.nz so it can be logged against the correct page and you can get your receipt.
As another option for cash received, you can submit this onto the generic fundraising page by putting it through on your own personal credit card. You can then keep/deposit the cash back into your own bank account.