Social media has made fundraising for a cause close to your heart easier than ever! The ability to make a difference now lies at your fingertips, with platforms such as Facebook and Instagram leading the way when it comes to helping you promote your fundraising efforts! Read below to find out how you can use social media to help raise awareness and funds for  The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT).


Creating a Facebook event or group for your fundraising activity is a great way to reach a wide audience of people, encouraging supporters to follow your journey and support your fundraising efforts. Keep them informed with regular posts including photos and videos showing what you are doing! Find us on Facebook @cureparkinsons

New to Facebook? For more information on how to set up an account, click here.


Are you on Twitter? If so, you might like to start promoting your fundraising and link with others in the fundraising community! Tweet about your fundraising event or challenge including links to your fundraising page. Follow us on Twitter @CureParkinsonsT 

New to Twitter? For more information on how to set up an account, click here.


Instagram is a fantastic tool to help promote your fundraising efforts for CPT! You can post photos of your fundraising activity or create stories to help spread awareness for our work. Instagram stories are particularly brilliant as you can now add a donation sticker that allows your followers to donate to CPT! Follow us on Instagram @cureparkinsonstrust.

New to Instagram? For more information on how to set up an account, click here.


If you like writing, blogging can be a fantastic way for you to document your fundraising! Not only will it keep your supporters updated on your activities, but it will give you the opportunity to immerse yourself in an online community of fellow fundraisers! Writing your fundraising story can also be a great way to inspire others to take on their own challenges to raise money for charity! For some inspiration on what makes a great blog, take a look at CPT supporter Alison Anderson’s Ramblings of a Cyclopath.

For more detailed information on how you could maximise the benefit of social media while fundraising for CPT, click here.