Rally the Troops

Letting People Know

Discuss and debate when you hang out with your friends. It will help your friends get interested and will create awareness.

Use Multimedia

A picture of you doing something for the cause will definitely attract even the attention of people who are not from your immediate circle. A selfie of yours can let people see what you are involved in at any particular point of your campaign.

People You Can Talk To

Your Family (Immediate & Extended)
Dads, moms, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunties, grand moms, grand dads, and just about everyone else in your family who you know will support a good cause.

Your Community
Teachers, team mates, friends at your favourite hangout spot, shopkeepers who know you well, your doctor and others who you think will help.

Create Campaign Collateral

  • It’s fun to wear a T- shirt that says what you are up to. Spend a weekend stenciling/ painting your message across a T- shirt and wear it whenever you can. People are bound to notice and strike up a conversation.
  • reate a poster and stick it on your car, or your two wheeler. Caps, Bandanas, T- shirts and Bags can all carry your campaign message.
  • Do look up this site for ideas if you need any; or give us a call, we’d love to talk to you.

Be Social. Go Viral

  • There is a wide range of things you can do with Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, Instagram and other social platforms—check out other famine fighters to see how they use these platforms. (#faminefighter)
  • Videos made by you, when uploaded, will help take the message to a wider audience.
  • Start an online fund raising page. You can even compare your progress against that of the other famine fighters.