On Razoo, make your wedding day special by asking your guests to donate to your favorite cause.
- Anyone can start raising money in minutes
- Helps you reach and expand your social giving network
- Secure & reliable receipting, processing, and reporting
Now anyone can raise money for any nonprofit or qualified organization. All you need is a good cause and access to the Internet. We provide the rest! Many ordinary individuals are already on the cutting edge of fundraising. They’re using Razoo to serve as the “online hub” for their fundraising campaigns.
Raising money for a couple's wedding is inspiring on Razoo!
Create Your Own Fundraiser
Raising money doesn’t have to be scary. Razoo makes it fun for you and your donors to rally around a cause. But don’t take our word for it - discover the Razoo experience for yourself!
Featured Wedding Fundraisers
Need a few ideas before you begin? See how others have raised
money for a couple's wedding on Razoo.
A Best Friend Honors the Bride and Groom
Amount Raised: $210
Mike and Jomarie didn't want presents for their wedding. But as her bridesmaid and friend, Carole, decided to set up a fundraiser to benefit those, like Jomarie, with Lupus. What a great friend!
A Wedding in Memory of a Loved One
Amount Raised: $100
In memory of their nephew, Andrew and Melissa decided to raise money with their wedding for children struggling with cancer. All funds raised went to The Foundation of Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota.
Julie and Craig Help the Animal Humane Society
Amount Raised: $250
Instead of asking for new kitchen ware, Julie and Craig asked their friends and family to donate to the Animal Humane Society. And the first members of their family are adopted animals too!
Colleen and Tyler Help American Cancer Society
Amount Raised: $345
Colleen and Tyler both had parents affected by cancer, so on their wedding, they decided to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Now, that's what generosity looks like!
A Donation for Our Wedding
Amount Raised: $100
Shion and Tina are raising money for New Orleans and Gulf Coast charities as an alternative to traditional wedding gifts.