How does it work?

  • Choose whether to join one of the community projects or if you want to create a fundraiser by taking advantage of aspecial occasion of your life.
  • In your personal fundraiser set an achievable monetary goal with respect to your network of contacts.
  • Give it an original title, choose or upload a photo and explain in a few words why you have chosen to launch a personal fundraiser.
  • Make your first donation to get off to a great start!

  • Find your first supporters through family and close friends by sending them a WhatsApp message or SMS with the link to the collection.
  • Identify 20 people who can support your cause and send them an email with your collection link and invite them to make a donation.
  • Talk about your initiative on the social networks you use most like Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and always ask for word of mouth.
  • Keep your collection page alive by making posts on your page to update your network and thank supporters.
  • Write down the names of those who promise you a donation, you might try to contact them again after some time to solicit them.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask for a donation: you are doing it for a good cause!


Don Oreste Benzi, founder of the Pope John XXIII Community, had his own way of convincing the people he met to accept his proposals: “Come on, are you in?” he would say, with the serious look and enthusiastic smile of children. And they were proposals that seemed out of this world… instead thousands of people chose to share his commitment to the last ones, welcoming them into their homes, taking care of them and making them part of their families. TheComunità since 1968, the year of its birth, is concretely committed to fighting marginalization and poverty in all its forms. Precisely for this reason it has launched a platform of Personal Fundraising with the aim of raising funds to concretely remove the causes of injustice.


Dai Ci Stai? It is the platform created to create online fundraisers in support of the Comunità Papa Giovanni XXIII, which for more than 50 years alongside those in need.

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