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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.
Mike's Campaign
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How It Works

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

Gladiator Mike's Fight for Life
By: Barbara Iten Schumann
Hello everyone, what can I say other than I am a mess.  Thinking about what I can do for my son has overwhelmed my days!  I have three sons who I love with all my heart!   When a mother first hears that one of her son's has Cancer - her world changes forever!  I want the numbing reality of this to disappear but that will not happen. I must remain positive for my son Michael.  He is a strong man - his wife Hollie calls him Gladiator Mike.  We have received to date $100.00 in donations!  Thank you to those who have contributed. I love you for your outstanding show of compassion!   This means the world to me. This world needs more compassion shown which seems to be a rarity. I would also like to acknowledge the people who have reached out to me by phone and text messages with words of encouragement and emotional support, especially those who are living with MM. (multiple myeloma)  Thank you! I realize that with all the mass shootings, hurricanes, flooding, missing children, senseless motor vehicles deaths, and homes being destroyed by raging fires it makes the news almost unbearable to watch. I hate (yes that is a strong word) but I do hate what is happening in this world, but I feel that cancer really does suck, and unbearable to watch love ones fight it. It wipes the joy right out of my heart!  I lost my sister Judy to cancer in 2012.  It was difficult to see her decline. She tried so hard for 4 years to battle it.  We had a strained relationship and I wanted so desperately to bond with her again before she passed away. I tried to reach out to her with visits, but I could sense her feelings towards me were not reciprocated.  Of course, she was a private person, and did not disclose her feelings to me. Whatever you do, remember the old cliché that "life is short", reach out to those you love before it is too late!  We go about our days as if we are promised tomorrow - but that is so far from reality. Reality BITES and sometimes very hard!  My brother also had cancer in his kidney and that was moved.  Now he needs to be tested every 6 months for any futhers growths to appear.  You hear the word cancer and you think that I am healthy, this will never be in my body.  Dont be fooled.  I will not stop fighting for my son Mike!  I will not stop asking for monetary support.  I will not, because this is my way of helping him, and this can also be your way to help me help him in paying for his medical costs as they will rise as he starts his treatments to battle this incurable disease. He will be sick at times - where he won't be able to work. He will be weak tired and exhausted right into remission!! Yes, I say remission because I am hopeful. Please consider donating. I am not asking for a gazillion dollars, anything you can contribute would help.  Thank you for your patience with me the mother of cancer patient.   Be Well, Be Safe, Be Happy - show love wherever you go. Pay it forward. Peace, Barb~
North Branch, MN, US
$3,595 raised of $2,500 Read more
#prayforkaden
By: Pam Smith
Tuesday November 13 moving on out of ICU! Kaden is blowing them away with his progress. I know y'all want to know, but not quite ready for lots of visitors yet, but hopefully soon the doctor will okay them.  He misses school & his friends.  Thank you for your continued prayers. God is faithful! #staystrongkaden,  #prayforkaden Friday November 9 God is Great! We are truly blessed by your love & prayers.  Kaden has Physical Therapy everyday to stretch out & strengthen his muscles. The first big goal is to move from bedside to wheelchair. The pain is intense but he's pushing through it well. We remain in Pediatric ICU so are grateful for your patience on visiting.  Thank you all for your continued support.     Psalm 121:2 My help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth. Matthew 7:7 "Ask, and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and it will be opened to you." Romans 12:5 In the same way, even though we are many individuals, Christ makes us one body and individuals who are connected to each other.  On Friday, October 26th life for the Quintana family changed.  Kaden, Beth and Vince's 17 year old son, was involved in a horrific car accident.  Since that time, Kaden has undergone many lifesaving surgeries, and is currently still in ICU.  Kaden attends Temescal Canyon High School, in Lake Elsinore, CA, where he is a senior.  He is an Eagle Scout and excels in AP classes, track, cross country and ASB.  He was getting ready to finish up college applications, and had many hopes and dreams for what next year would bring, as well as excitement for his senior year. Beth and Vince are beyond humbled by the outpouring of love and care for their son.  They are also overwhelmed with the financial aspects of what will come to get Kaden restored to full health and home again.  If you know Kaden, you know he is truly a wonderful person, loving and kind, polite and caring.  He loves Jesus, as do Beth and Vince, and we trust in God's ultimate plan in all of this.  If you feel led by the Lord to help the Quintana family, all donations made will go towards Kaden's recovery process.  Thank you.  
Lake Elsinore, CA, US
$2,685 raised of $10,000 Read more
Medical & Living
By: Jamie Keebler
My name is Jamie I am a single mother of 6 kids. On October 8, 2016 my 17 year old son was badly burned in a gasoline explosion. He received 1 & 2nd  degree burns over 30% of his upper body(belly button up) We were flown from Alaska to Seattle. I flew with him with the cloths on my back and my wallet nothing else. I was 30 weeks pregnant. He under went temp skin graphs on his chest during surgery his lungs collapsed and he was put back on a ventilator. He eventually went through another surgery where they took skin from him thigh .. I spent a month in Seattle with him till I HAD to fly back to Alaska due to being 34 weeks pregnant. He spent the total of 33 days in the ICU. In February of this year we flew back to Seattle for another surgery to remove the scar tissue under his neck so he could lift his chin up without pulling his face down. They were able to do a skin flap on the left side. In November of this year we have to go back to have another skin flap done on the right side. He is the strongest young man I know. He isn’t bothered by his scars and is wanting to speak publicly to young people about the dangers of mixing gas and fire. The amount of debt that we have accumulated is overwhelming and I have found myself broke and on the verge of being homeless. I pride myself in being independent and always helping others in need. Now I find myself asking you all for help to get my family back on our feet and out from under this over whelming debt. Please share our story my hope is to allow this to be seen by as many as possible to help an Alaskan family out. Thank you for your consideration.
Anchorage, AK, US
$100 raised of $80,000 Read more

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