Create a Billboard Fundraiser on Facebook

You can help educate MILLIONS of people by raising funds to advertise Harley’s Dream on billboards across the country. We’ve been busy negotiating special pricing and the cost is  approximately $1000 to $2,500 per 4-week period, depending on location. Below are step-by-step instructions. Thank you for helping us carry on Harley’s mission!

To create your own fundraiser on Facebook please follow these instructions:

  1. Click this link: www.facebook.com/harleyfreighttraintaylor/fundraisers
  2. Click Raise Money
  3. ‘Harley’ should already be selected, but if not, click browse until you see Harley
  4. Choose the cover photo (or upload one of your own)
  5. Fill in the fundraiser details
  • Give your fundraiser a title*
  • Explain why you are supporting Harley’s Dream**
  • Select an end date***
  • Enter a goal amount****

Click Create and start sharing!

THANK YOU for being part of Harley’s Dream!

*Make sure the title of your fundraiser is eye-catching. Examples: Help Spread the Word About Puppy Mills (or) Help Harley Educate About Puppy Mills (or) Let’s get the message out about Puppy Mills

**If you are fundraising for a billboard in a specific town/city, be sure to include that information in your description and also (VERY IMPORTANT) email us at info@harleysdream.org so we can provide you more details and begin getting quotes.

***Normally 2 weeks or more, but that’s up to you.

****This amount can be as little or as much as you choose. If you’re fundraising for a billboard in a particular location, ideally the amount should cover the costs for at 8-12 weeks. Also, even if you set a goal of $1000, your fundraiser can still go over that amount.

All money raised through the billboard fundraisers will going into the general fund at Harley’s Dream which is being used to create awareness billboards around the country. We will do our best to work with opportunities in your area when available and possible. Thank you!

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