Blank pledge sheets allow charitable donors to share their contact information and note how they plan to contribute. Fundraiser organizers pass the sheets out to potential donors.
A typical pledge sheet has spaces for donors to write in their names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses. The forms also ask how much a donor will contribute. In some cases, donors have an opportunity to choose between one-time pledges and ongoing contributions.
Volunteers who participate in walk-a-thons or other fundraising activities sometimes solicit donations from sponsors who agree to contribute money for each mile the volunteer walks, or for each activity milestone the volunteer achieves. These volunteers use pledge sheets to track the sponsor information.