Set-Up Your Personal Table

You have 2 options for setting up your Virtual Fundraising Table:

  1. Set it up yourself, or

  2. Have a DIG member do it for you

If you’d like DIG to set it up for you, please send sarah@DIG.org a fun profile photo, your fundraising goal, and a short personal statement about your passion and/or involvement with DIG.
If you’d like to set it up yourself, refer to the steps below for support.

Step 1:  Click Here to begin your campaign on DIG’s Cocktails & Castoffs AT HOME fundraising site.

Step 2:  Give your virtual fundraising page a name.

We recommend a combination of your name and something fun like:

The MBA Aggies: Ann McStay and Bill Westwood, or Bill Collison’s “Some say Tomato; DIG says Enaana” 

Sign-up with your email and create a password.

Step 3:  Get Personal.

Edit the name of your table, set a fundraising goal, upload a profile photo and a personal “Hero” campaign photo/video.

Below are a few pre-designed “Hero” images you can use.  Click on the first one, scroll through them all and if you find one you want to use on your campaign page, right mouse click and select Save Image As.  From the next screen, give it a different name if you want and select a location to save the file, like your Desktop.  Now you can upload the image you just saved to your campaign page by clicking the Image button and then the “Upload new image” link.  Following the instructions and then click either one of the two Save buttons.

Reach out if you’d like help creating something more personalized.

Step 4:  Start Sharing.

We recommend shortening the link to your fundraising page using tinyurl.com e.g. tinyurl.com/LaurensDIGtable

Leverage Social Media

Follow @reaplifeDIG on Instagram and Facebook

Tag #CocktailsandCastoffs when you post

Let Sarah@DIG.org know your social media handles so we can also tag you.

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