Fundraise Your Way for MDA
Your ideas are the best ideas. From hosting a bake sale to running a 5k, you can fundraise your way to help kids and adults living with muscular dystrophy. We’ll give you the tools to make the fundraiser a success and cheer you on every step of the way!Get Started
You can support MDA’s mission to empower the people we serve to live longer, more independent lives – all you need is an idea and these guidelines.
Create Your Own Fundraiser
Raise money for MDA your way. Hike the Appalachian trail, pledge to dye your hair blue when you reach your goal, hold a virtual lemonade stand - get creative!Get Started
Create a Group Fundraising Event
Invite your friends to fundraise with you by organizing a group event. Host a bowling party, or scavenger hunt, organize a lip sync battle, or a trivia night. Take an activity you’re passionate about and turn it into a meaningful fundraiser.Get Started
Turn a special day into one that gives back. Ask for donations instead of gifts this year for your birthday, wedding, graduation or special celebration.Get Started
Whether you pledge to be more active, host your own dodgeball tournament or 5k, or take on the challenge of a half or full marathon with MDA Team Momentum, you can turn your exercise into donations.Get Started
Tributes & Memorials
Honor a loved one and collect donations in their name for MDA — changing the future for people with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases.Get Started
Play games on your own or gather a group of friends and game together. Ask friends and family for donations, and you’ll be gaming to change lives!Get Started
A Few Favorite Fundraisers
Logan's Hope 5K
Now in its 6th year, family & friends of Logan race to raise funds for DMD research.
Jared Climbs Mt Kilimanjaro
Climbing Kilimanjaro has always been on Jared's bucket list. For his trek, Jared will be raising money for MDA — one dollar for every foot of the mountain.
Jordan’s 16th Birthday
Jordan celebrated her sweet 16 by asking for donations to MDA instead of presents — all in honor of her uncle who was diagnosed with ALS and received support from MDA during his journey.