We want YOU to join Forget Me Not’s TRAFFICK STOPPERS on Sunday 20 August 2017 at Alexandra Headlands on the Sunshine Coast. It’ll be a hoot!

Our Mighty Herd of Forget Me Not #TRAFFICKSTOPPERS are already preparing to smash our goal of raising $10k to help put a stop to child trafficking in Nepal, India & Uganda in the 7 Sunshine Coast Marathon.


How to Register

Registration for all events is open NOW!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY

Most #TRAFFICKSTOPPERS sign on for the Love & Partners 5km  – but you’re free to sign on for any event you choose! We will have a FMN tent where we will meet before the 5k event on 20 August.


Be a #TRAFFICKSTOPPER

Everyday Hero is a great platform to raise money for Forget Me Not. Visit Everyday Hero and click on the green button that says ‘Start Fundraising’. This will take you where you need to be to create your personalised fundraising page!

Forget Me Not Australia should already be identified as the charity you wish to support. First you will need to decide on your fundraising goal. You can choose an option listed or type in your own. Then add a photo and share your personal story to help others connect with your cause. Share your fundraising page via email and social media to inspire donations from family, friends and colleagues. By using Everyday Hero you can track your effort, progress and impact.

We would love you to join FMNs #TRAFFICKSTOPPERS Team and help us raise $10000 together.


Support a #TRAFFICKSTOPPER

Spur the Team on and help put a stop to child trafficking! Here’s our Roll of Honour:

FMN #TRAFFICKSTOPPERS

  • Mummy Dumplings (2016 & 2017)
  • Anouk van Doore-Nave (2016 & 2017)
  • Andrea Nave (2016 & 2017)
  • Danielle Hurda (2017)
  • Kylie Barringer (2017)
  • Sue Chapman (2017)
  • Mel & Craig Manley (2016)
  • Trent Harvison (2016)
  • Matt Fox (2016)
  • Meg Breen (2016)
  • Una & Alice McClymont (2016)
  • Wendy van Doore (2016)
  • The Sanders Family (2016)
  • The Mighty Mighty Lombards (2016)


FAQs

When is the 7 Sunshine Coast Marathon?
Dates to be confirmed.

When can I start fundraising/getting sponsors for my challenge?
TODAY!! As soon as you’ve set up your family’s Everyday Hero fundraising page you can start asking people to sponsor you. Keep checking this website and like our Facebook page for regular updates.

How do I get sponsors?
Email/post your Everyday Hero link to your family, friends and people you know to help you reach your fundraising goal. We’re also keen to share your pic & page and stories in the lead up to help get the word out via our Facebook page – so please send through content via email.

Is there a #TRAFFICKSTOPPERS ‘uniform’?
Last year was our first ‘run’ as a FMN Team of #TRAFFICKSTOPPERS and we looked pretty bright in our high vis gear! We also had some #TRAFFICKSTOPPER bibs and signage. Maybe we’ll upgrade this year… got any ideas??

Where does the money go?
All money raised from this challenge (by yourself & other #TRAFFICKSTOPPERS via Everyday Hero) will fund FMNs work in India, Nepal and Uganda.

What are the different ways people can donate to/sponsor me?
The only way for people to sponsor you is via your Everyday Hero page. Make sure you spread the word far and wide. Copy and paste the link into emails and throughout your social networks. You’ll be surprised by the number of friends and family that want to support your efforts. If you collect any cash donations you can make the Everyday Hero transaction yourself.

What are the payment methods?
The payment methods accepted include: Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard, Amex), Visa Checkout, Paypal, Cash, Cheque or BPAY. All are safe and no records of payments are kept on file with FMN. Every dollar is donated via Everyday Hero and tax deductible receipts are issued automatically.

Are donations tax deductible?
Yes, donations of $2 or more are tax deductible in Australia.

Can anyone, anywhere sponsor me?
Yes.


Resources

We will upload resources here when they become available.


 

Heavy stuff but it’s time to STOP THE TRAFFICK!

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