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Personal Fundraising Campaign


Start your own Personal Fundraising Campaign


It only takes a few minutes to set up Your Campaign.

Click on the titles or images above to give you some ideas from other people’s campaigns.

Step 1

Have a look through the different Campaign-types shown above and choose one which suits.

If your personal Campaign-type isn’t shown choose “MY PERSONAL CAMPAIGN” and title it how you like.

Step 2

Fill in the form below with the relevant details of your chosen campaign and submit (all fields are required).

Don’t worry about making an error – after you set up your Campaign you can contact us at any stage in the future and edit any part of it if you need to.



Upload Your Campaign featured image (max 3MB)

Step 3

You will then be e-mailed your Personal Fundraising Campaign page URL in the form:


Let your friends and family know about your Wells for Zoë campaign by sharing the link with them using all the social media outlets you can lay your hands on!

Step 4

See where your money goes and who it helps.


Remember 100% of the money collected in your campaign goes directly to the people who you are raising it for – those in Malawi.


We will keep you updated on the progress of where your money is spent accompanied by pictures and GPS data where relevant.


Equally, you can keep us up-to-date with the progress of your Campaign and, if relevant, send images.

Why Malawi? The answer to that one is simple and more concrete – Wells for Zoë. This amazing charity, set up in 2005 by John and Mary Coyne, has made huge changes in the area of Mzuzu, Malawi. I truly admire the ethics and hard-work put into this organisation. Their sustainable and bottom-up approach has changed many lives and will leave a lasting impact on Malawian communities. I couldn’t be more humbled by having them take me under their wing.
Diewerke de Zwarte (Didi)