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Just Giving

Follow the simple steps below to create your page for Beat:

Now you’ve created your page – follow the checklist below to

    • Add a photo. People who add a profile picture tend to raise 15% more. (Remember: Please do not use ‘before and after’ photos or any images that may be triggering)
    • Set a fundraising target. Target setters raise up to 46% more!
    • Add a fundraising summary. Make sure your supporters know what you're doing, for who and why. A page with a summary raises an average of 9% more.
    • Add a fundraising story. Your story has power to raise awareness and let others know they aren’t alone. Not sure how to start? Use our sharing your story when fundraising guide.

Now you have your page set up and ready to go. Here are some tips to make the most of the features on Just Giving.

As I was browsing Twitter during lockdown I happened upon an appeal from Beat for funds to support their Helpline. It hit me right in the heart because I've used the Helpline before when I was really struggling with my own eating disorder. The person who spoke to me was so kind and helpful. Without doubt they helped me on my road to recovery. I know how hard lockdown has been on my own mental health and to lose a resource like this would be devastating for people who are struggling.

I created a JustGiving page to share on social media and with friends and family. I was contacted by Beat and offered support and some really great graphics to share on my page. I was so overwhelmed with the support I received, especially as I know how tough things are financially for people at the moment.

Amy raised £921 by going Bald for Beat!