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Raise Money for Medical Bills & Healing Expenses.

When life strikes you or your loved ones with an unexpected illness or injuries, medical bills and healthcare costs can quickly ramp up. Starting a medical fundraiser with MyEvent is easy and can provide you the means to support yourself or a loved one in need.    

Medical Fundraiser Ideas

People frequently use MyEvent to raise money for:

  • Cancer  treatment options, chemotherapy, radiation and alternative  treatments.
  • Hospital  bills not covered by your insurance company.
  • Surgery  expenses.
  • Hospice  care or other medical visits.
  • Mobility  expenses, physical therapy after an accident.
  • Research,  to help find a cure for any condition.
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How It Works


Create a fundraiser in minutes. Use a descriptive title, give as much details of the medical issue as you can, explain how the funds will be used and how they're helping you or a loved one in need.


Share your fundraiser with friends and family through Facebook, email & text messages. Ask your supporter to share your campaign with their networks as well.

Keep It Up

Maintain the momentum. Keep your supporters engaged by posting frequent updates, sharing your fundraiser and being thankful for the support you're receiving.

Trending Medical Fundraisers

Help for Lexis
By: Rachael Yeater
Lexis is our female German Shepard, and so much part of our family. She has so much love for all humans and fellow animals alike. She loves to play with other dogs, enjoys playing fetch, walks, swimming and a great belly rub.  She has had it tough her whole life, being diagnosed with anal fistula at an early age; yet the last couple months have been the hardest on her and our family.  She had come down with a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) about 2 months ago. After her antibiotics for the UTI were complete she started to lose her ability to have a bowel movement. We took her in to the vet and found out she had a megacolon and her bowel was backed up into her intestines.  We had her stay with the vet to work out what they could in her intestines and colon. That helped but only till she got backed up again. We had to take her to the Animal Hospital for another procedure. It was, again, not fully successful on the issues with her colon. We are back at square one with only a major surgery that can help with all of her issues. As of now, $4000 later, we are giving her home enemas, IV bags, to help keep her organs & muscles hydrated, b12 shots and more....along with a special diet. Nothing is truly working as we hoped, even with lots of prayers, but We are not about to give up on our dear Lexis. I feel there is help with a surgery that the Animal Hospital can do, but we are all out of funds to help Lexis. I am hoping to raise funds to help with the next possible step to save our beautifully wonderful, loving and playful dog, Lexis. With any help you can give, it is extremely helpful and we are  grateful for any bit that can be given to keep our Lexis alive for many more years.  God Bless you and we are hoping for the best.  Sincerely, Rachael Yeater                     ❤ Lexis   
Sandwich, IL, US
$400 raised of $3,500 Read more
BE Extraordinary
By: Brandi McSwain
In 2015, a small group of 3 families came together to found the Texas Bladder Exstrophy Group.  We are an online support group open to families in the Texas/Oklahoma area that are affected by Bladder Exstrophy.  In the past two years, we have grown to a group of over 60 members that feel the need to connect locally and know that they are not alone on this roller coaster journey. Because we are a local group, we are able to really focus on the need of connection.  We host Mom's Night Out quarterly, as well as family events throughout the year. We have also joined with Cook Children's Urology to promote family events through the hospital!.  Another thing we have been blessed to be able to do is foster frienships in our children and ourselves that are shaping up to be some of the most important relationship in our lives.  We have been so fortunate to watch our kids play together, laugh, be silly, compare mitrofanoff's, talk about shared doctor's, and come to the realization that they will always have someone to talk to! Last year, at our 1st Annual BE Extraordinary 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament, our kids raised over $4,000 to help the Association for the Bladder Exstrophy Community (A-Be-C) .  We are excited to be able to bring our group together to do it again!  As parents, we truly believe in the importance of showing our children that they can be amazing and they can accomplish amazing things.  Our group is hosting the 2nd  Annual BE Extraordinary 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament on March 24; it is an honor and such a pleasure to be able to help in an area that has so affected each of our families, and we are humbled and thankful for your sponsorship  for this exciting event.
McKinney, TX, US
$1,875 raised of $6,000 Read more
Scott's Eye Surgery
By: Kaye Rhodes
Scott is my "first born".  At the age of 4, we found out he has diabetes. His father & I were totally dumb founded, afterall we were only 23 (kids ourselves!) and had no clue what the disease was or how it would change our lives. He is now 48 years old, and has been very fortunate with his health, but the disease has it effects, and sooner or later will show up.  About a month ago his eye tests showed the blood vessels in his left eye were about ready to burst. He is not working and lives with me (Mom) so obviously we live on my social security and my seasonal job with the local tax service. He has no insurance, and has been going to the City Mission Medical for his healthcare, and they have been so great & are really trying to help find him more assistance.  The problem is in Nebraska medicaid is only available if you have children, he did not qualify for "Obama Care" as he had no income, and if you have ever tried to get assistance thru the State, well, its slow. Without insurance, they want money up front...which is tough! The VERY GOOD news is, with surgery what site he has left, can be saved, and with lazer treatments, his right eye will stay healthy. His surgery is scheduled for Jan 18th, I do not know for sure what it will cost, because that really doesn't matter, whether I have the money or not, it has to be done.  Scott does have a welding degree, loves hunting & fishing with his brother, and is constantly doing puzzles & crossword puzzles . . so losing site in one eye would be tough (as it would for anyone). We both appreciate so very much whatever help you can give hime at this time.  Thank you.
Denton, NE, US
$745 raised of $3,000 Read more
Help Rafael defeat PD....his battle
By: Rafael Marrero
(This is my official fundraising campaign site) In 2007 I got a diagnostic of PD (Parkinson's Disease).... I was 43 years old and it changed my life for ever.  At the beginning I was renegade and thought it was not true....it won't happen to me.... I denied it.....I got sad....and finally accepted it and decided to "fight" not to "flight".  i still remember that my lovely wife, always staying to my side in this journey, told me that I had presented all the physological stages the people usually go through when handling very hard events in their lives but the most remarkable decision comes at the final stage....I mean to fight.  Ten years later I still fighting but the time and the illness progress had eroded my strenght and my mood. At the beginning of my illness I started to use natural supplements, exercise and improved diet.  Also I pursued to keep playing bass, my passionate hobby (also my own physical and physicological therapy).  Gradually after a couple of years, I got no other choice to increase the intake of medications to help aliviate the symptoms but at the same time it were accumulating very harmful side effects.  At the present those side effects are of such a significance over those of the PD itself, that I had to stop one of the medications and it induced me to a very deep depression I have never ever felt before.  I can not explain how terrible I felt.   The positive result obtained from that was to keep me praying harder and to set aside my pride to ask for help from friends and relatives. Because of the illness I had to left behind my CPA career, my office, properties and a general financial wealth.  My financial resources thereafter were down the hill quickly and then I had to take a hard decision about to keep investing in my illness or in my family.  I chose my family by helping  my wife and my kids and I don't regret about it.  My wife enrolled university and got a master degree and my kids got college.  They are at differents college levels now but enough guided to they keep flying with their own wings.   We are now trying to rebuilt our finances most with the efforts of my wife but it will take time and my time is running out.   There are innovative medical developments but there are very expensive and not affordable to me now.  I am proud to said I was a succesfull entrepreneur and professional and those who knew me first can attest to that.  It's not easy to me to ask for fiancial help from you to keep me fighting but you may turn the final score cards to my favor and make me win the battle.........I am feeling free of spirit and healed in my soul.....blessings to everyone may read this post......  
Rogers, AR, US
$5,195 raised of $20,000 Read more

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