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Start Your Medical Fundraiser

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

1 of The Biggest Battles 4 a Woman
By: Dana Lynn
I had my first mamogram at age 49 and it came back positive for breast cancer.  I do have insurance that I pay for but it does not cover all the expenses of this terrible disease.  I have never been one to ask for help but the time has come that I must humble myself and ask of those that are able to give anything you can.  The emotional strain and physical strain is tremendous because I am worried about so many factors that are involved in this diagnosis.  I will be undergoing a double mastectomy in a couple of weeks.  I was diagnosed on the 4th of May while visiting my office of my State Farm Agent.  My phone kept ringing and I had to go outside and take the call.  I felt as if my breathing stopped when I heard my doctor say the words I'm sending you to UAB for treatment.  I had taken a job that very day and upon arrival at UAB I was advised by my surgical team to not take it because I had a long road ahead of me.  I thought I just felt tired and that was normal as we get older.  Not so much the case.  I had cancer and I did not feel good at all.  Thus with numerous test and appointments and still have approximately three each week to work towards making this successful.  I am struggling at this point with co-pays, fuel cost, and food expenses.  My world had became days of being alone, no more eating out, and spending every extra dime on medical cost.  My support group is limited and anxiety levels can become very high.  I don't want to ask for anything but I'm humbling myself as I need a little help from friends and whomever is able to help.  I know everyone is pushed these days and savings are becoming sparse or something of the past with the rising cost of everything.  I would appreciate even $1 towards my help to keep myself with a roof over my head.  I did not think it could be so bad and I thought I had this.  That is not the case due to rising cost of medical cost.  I humbly ask of anything.  I have watched family pass with this and lose everything they own.  Please help as this is becoming extremely expensive and yes I have BCBS of Alabama and the premiums are expensive not to mention what it cost to just step into a hospital or doctor's office for treatment with the deductibles and co-pays.  If you can monetarily help please and if not please say a prayer.  Thank you very much as anything is greatly appreciated.  I never expected this but I knew I wasn't exempt.  Cancer can be certainly aggressive and comes upon us like a thief in the night. If only there were a cure because as a child myself holding my loved one's arm as they pass and feel the cold set in validates the emptiness from both the victim and the family. - I pray for a cure and no person alive ever has to experience that ever again.  Trust me you'll never forget it.  
Cullman, AL, US
$275 raised of $5,000 Read more
Revy Kevy's Ride
By: Kevin George
Last summer I took up riding as a way to get healthier and to raise funds in support of the important work that St Aidan's is doing in our community.  My personal goal was to ride the distance from London, On to Quebec City, PC. That was 1000 km. At the time it was a big stretch. But with over $7500 in sponsorship, 25-30 of you joining me for rides, it was more than doable.  This year I am upping the stakes. The ride this year will take me (figuratively) to Victoria, BC. Total distance 4700km (Canadian Travel) .  My new goal is to raise $20000. This year I will add the kilometers of those who ride with me to help accrue that total. Important to note that MY PERSONAL COMMITMENT will be to ride 2200 km - (To Winnipeg) This year my goal is to finish the ride when we celebrate the Feast of St. Aidan on September 9. Many of those who will ride along with me will also be sharing this page with you. You can pledge here to support your friends who might be on tis ride as well.  As was the case last year, funds raised will support the ministry to the children and young people in our church and beyond its walls. As already noted, your support last year was tremendous. We have grown or ministry to children and young people and continue to make them a priority. I am hoping we can count on your support again this year.  This year I am also supporting Jesse's Journey.  Many of you know John and Sherene Davidson, parishioners of St Aidan's. Their son Jesse was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy when he was a young boy. As their website notes, this was  "news that would change their lives forever. But this was not the end of the Davidsons’ story. This was just the beginning." John walked 8300 km across Canada in 1998 to raise money to help fund research to defeat Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Three years earlier he walked across Ontario pushing his 15 year old son Jesse in his wheelchair. That is a 3339 kilometer walk! That walk raised over two million dollars. To-date  Jesse's Journey has funded nearly ten million in research.  Jesse's Journey's Walk To Defeat Duchenne  is on May 27, 2018. St Aidan's will be the Leader of the Pack. Our support will account for $3000 of the monies pledged for my ride this year. St Aidan's will be the exclusive presenting sponsor.  I will be walking 5 km that day, at the front of the group (at least at the start) throwing the full love and support of St. Aidan's behind the incredible work of Jesse's Journey.  We will have a staffed table/booth in the walker pavilion that day to let people know about our church community.  Look for our name and logo on promotions for the Walk to Defeat Duchenne  So look for me and my friends on the trails for Revy Kevy's Ride in support of St Aidan's Children and Youth and Jesse's Journey.  Every single sponsorship counts. You can sponsor me by calling the church office at 519 471 1430, filling in the sponsor sheet at the church Welcome Desk, or at the My Event web page. Tax receipts will be issued for all gifts over $20. Each donation over $100 will get you a Hiking Pole, handcrafted and personalized by your's truly. 
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$17,770 raised of $20,000 Read more

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