30 Days of Photos – November Snaps Challenge 📸

Date November 2023
Location National
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30 Days of Photos – November Snaps Challenge 📸

About the Challenge:

You and your smartphone can help Brain Injury Survivors!

Take on the challenge to capture and upload a photo everyday in November.

Let’s celebrate nature and embrace our outdoor environment at this time of year when days get shorter and darker.

We can still find light and beauty in each day if we go out and seek it.

So, we ask you to take on the challenge and get outside each day to snap an image that inspires you and share it.

You can join the Facebook group and share your photos in the group, on your fundraiser and with everyone on your other social media accounts too.

Just let everyone know you are taking on the November snap challenge and ask them to donate to your fundraiser to support Brian Injury Survivors.

For those living with a brain injury it is often about seeing the light in the darkness. Acquired Brain Injury Ireland works with people who are on a journey back towards feeling the hope and light in life.

You can be part of that journey by supporting us and taking on this unique fundraising challenge.

How does it work?

  • Register for our 30 Days of Photos – November Snaps Challenge 📸 on Facebook or JustGiving.
  • Join the Facebook Group here.
  • Request your FREE Acquired Brain Injury Ireland buff and pen by registering and creating your fundraiser.
  • Once your Facebook fundraiser is created start to spread the word on your amazing challenge.
  • Don’t forget to tag @abiireland too!

You can use the Facebook group to support others taking part in the challenge. Post updates and your photos daily and let people know how you are feeling about the challenge. Share tips and suggestions and inspire others.

Not on Facebook?

You can register and pick JustGiving here and start fundraising.

Email Matt at mpowell@abiireland.ie or call him on 086 410 3681 if you need any help at all.

Every snap you take and every cent you raise will help to ensure that Acquired Brain Injury Ireland is there for Brain Injury Survivors when they need us most.

What does your fundraising mean?

Your fundraising means we can be there for Brain Injury Survivors like Jack or Emma.

Rebuild lives after brain injury. Empower people to live to their full potential. That’s what you can do through your support.

Register now to fundraise Facebook or JustGiving by clicking here.

Why should you take part and join our challenge?

Mental health – getting out each day for some fresh air to take a photo will reduce stress, lower blood pressure and give you an energy boost.

Physical health – walking every day can help you maintain a healthy weight and keep active.

Stay motivated – this challenge is a great way to keep motivated and to stay active in body and mind.

Help Acquired Brain Injury Ireland – the money you raise from this challenge will help Acquired Brain Injury Ireland fund a range of important services to help people with a brain injury.

If you need further information, you can contact Matt on 086 410 3681 or email him at mpowell@abiireland.ie.

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Join us now on Facebook or JustGiving.

Register here

How do I sign up?

Set up your fundraiser on Facebook or on JustGiving and get going! Just go here.

How do I raise money?

You’ll be raising money by setting up a fundraiser online on Facebook or on JustGiving. You don’t need to do anything as all funds we’ll be transferred to Acquired Brain Injury Ireland automatically. You just need to share your fundraiser with everyone you know and get as much fundraising raised as you can.

Join now on Facebook or JustGiving by clicking here.

Where do donations to my Facebook fundraiser go?

Donations made to your Facebook or JustGiving fundraiser, will be sent directly to Acquired Brain Injury Ireland. All donations will be used to help fund our services. You don’t need to do anything with the donations.

How can I send in money if  I’ve collected funds offline?

The easiest way to get your cash donations to us is by donating to yourself through your Facebook or JustGiving fundraiser. Other ways to get offline funds to us include:

By Post: Send a cheque or postal order to –

Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, 2nd Floor Block A, Century House, 100 George’s Street Upper, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, A96 R2V3

Online: Donate your funds raised online here

Phone: Donate by credit/debit card over the phone on 01 280 4164

You can obtain our bank account details to do a bank transfer by phone on 01 280 4164 or emailing fundraising@abiireland.ie.

How do I get my free buff and pen, and when will this arrive?

We’ll send you a buff and pen once you are fully registered. It can a little while to get these posted out. Thank you so much for your patience and understanding.

How do I keep track and record my snaps?

For this challenge we just ask that you try aim you take a snap everyday for 30 Days. That might be from November 1st to 30th but if you start after the 1st you can just keep going until you reach 30. You should share your snap each day on your fundraiser on Facebook or JustGiving and in the Facebook Group if you are on Facebook. You can share it on your other social media channels too to make sure everyone you know sees it.

What if I don’t complete the challenge?

The only thing that matters is that you challenge yourself and enjoy helping raise awareness and funds for brain injury survivors. Do as much as you can! Update Facebook regularly, be clear about how far you’ve come in your challenge and get support from friends. Every time you are active and post about your challenge, you will help Acquired Brain Injury Ireland.

Can I start early or late?

Of course! May is when our Facebook group is active and most people are likely to take part, however we recommend doing this at a time convenient for you. The more challenge participants we have, the more we can help brain injury survivors.

Can I do more or less than every day in November?

Absolutely, this is your challenge, and you can tailor it to suit you! Just be clear with your supporters what you are intending to do and keep them regularly updated with your progress.

Can’t find the answer to your question?

Get in touch with the Matt by emailing him at mpowell@abiireland.ie or calling him on 086 410 3681.

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