Writing a Campaign Description

A campaign description should be informative and captivating. But most importantly it should describe in a transparent manner what the funds will be used for. Here we'll walk you through a campaign description, part by part and also include an example.    Start with your athletic career    At the beginning of the campaign description, give us some basic details about your life, your sport and career. Here is an example: “Hey everyone, my name is David. I am 21 years old and I have been doing judo since the age of 5. I started in Toronto and currently train with...

How to Spread your campaign Offline

Although online sharing is important, bringing your campaign to a physical level can have a great impact. This does not mean you should have a bake sale or a car wash fundraiser. Here are some things you can do to add a personal level to your campaign: 1. Set up your team Take couple minutes at practice or while you are traveling and tell your teammates, coaches and everybody else that you plan on running a campaign. Once your campaign is launched, make sure you have 5-10 people that are prepared to share and contribute to it. Remember, you are...

McGill Synchronized Swimming: Fighting Against Gravity

Similar to gymnastics, many girls who practice synchronized swimming often start at a young age. This means a lot of sacrifices. For many of the McGill synchronized swimmers, they have given up their chance of being on the national team to get a college degree. As full-time students at McGill University, one of the best universities in Canada, the members of the McGill Varsity Synchronized Swimming team have worked very hard to become National Champions 9 years running.   Preparing for the University National Synchronized Swimming Competition has always been difficult, but the McGill Synchronized Swimming team has managed to...