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Bowl/Spring 2022

This fundraising season, we know things are (still) a bit different for everyone. Despite challenging times, NOAH has been working hard to keep the albinism community connected, and we need your help to continue our mission. Join us to celebrate you, your child, family member, friend, neighbor and our community! It’s the perfect time to Spring for NOAH, so we encourage you to use your passion and skills to raise awareness and funds with your community.

Each event helps raise funds and awareness that will make a difference in the lives of people with albinism across the country. Whether you’re ready to return to your favorite in-person fundraiser, have a new idea to bring the community together, are eager to donate your time and talents, or have something else entirely in mind, we are here to help iron out the details and spread the word!

Want to Spring for NOAH but not sure where to start? Send us a message at fundraise@albinism.org


“While these events are fundraisers, they are so much more! They are the opportunity to connect with others with albinism and their families locally, to share information and resources with one another, form friendships, and just have fun.” – Joni V


Check out the Spring for NOAH 2022 Dashboard to create a fundraiser or make a gift today!

Learn how to create your fundraising page!

Scheduled EventsSet-up Your Spring for NOAH Event Page
Scheduled Events
See a list of all scheduled events by state.
Check back often for new events.
Set-up Your Event Page
For returning event hosts
or those ready to jump in!
Need a refresher? Check out our
Fundraising Page Instructions
Spring for NOAH Event Planning ResourcesEasy as 1234
Event Planning Resources
Find everything you need for
a successful event including
instructions, graphics and materials.
Easy as 1-2-3-4
Not sure what to do or where to start?
Raising money for NOAH
is easier than you think.
Get inspired and find everything you need
to host an amazing event.

Fundraising Meter

View current teams and participants