Start Your Own Big Day of Giving Fundraiser

Now YOU can start your very own Big Day of Giving fundraiser and begin raising funds today with your friends and family to support ALARM’s Big Day of Giving on September 7 and help transform lives in Africa. Starting a fundraiser is easy, here’s how:


1Commit to Transform Lives in Africa:

It only takes 5 minutes! First, create an account at (or log-in to your existing account). Once logged-in to, begin your page by using THIS TEMPLATE connected to our Big Day of Giving. You can personalize your page with your own photos, personal goal amount and other details to make it uniquely your own so that you can share it with friends and family. All donations received from your personal page will count towards ALARM’s Big Day of Giving grand total on Sept. 7.

2Spread the Word About Your Fundraiser:

Once your campaign is set up, tell everyone about it! Download some of our social share pictures at and let your friends know why the work of ALARM is important to you. At this point, your fundraiser is live and can accept donations to reach your personal goal.

3September 13 is the BIG Day:

September 13—ALARM’s Big Day of Giving is here! The funds raised on your personal fundraiser page will automatically be applied to ALARM’s Big Day of Giving grand total tracking bar at Continue to get the word out to your friends and family and remind them the BIG day is finally here. Sit back and watch your community come together to reach your goal and support servant leaders in Africa!

We’re all in this together, so let’s go!


ALARM was founded in 1994 after the Rwandan Genocide, when more than 800,000 people were killed in 100 days. The genocide demonstrated the desperate need for African leaders who are willing to put the needs of their constituents first and who will work to resolve long-standing, deep-seated tribal and ethnic conflicts. ALARM stepped into this gap and works to develop servant leaders in the African Church and community who reconcile and transform lives affected by conflict and injustice. ALARM has offices and national African staff in Burundi, D.R. Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. 



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