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If your nonprofit wants to feature more content — like video, data, and text — for your GivingTuesday campaign, you can create a donation website. GiveSignup | RunSignup’s free donation websites look professional, yet are simple to manage and update. Bring your own domain or subdomain for free!
Your nonprofit can create a GivingTuesday-specific donation website on GiveSignup | RunSignup.
Add your logo, donation message (don't forget to customize this for your GivingTuesday ask!), URL, and payment settings.
In your Donation Website Dashboard >> Donations >> Donations Setup, customize the settings for your donations.
Then go to Donations Setup >> General Settings and enter your donation message and logo. If needed, set open and close dates for donations. You can turn on recurring donations here as well:
At the bottom, add donation levels:
These will display as clickable amounts on your donation page:
Under Donations Setup >> Tax Deductible Info, you should add the nonprofit's tax ID and address, as well as the tax deductible percentage (generally 100%). This will show in the donation confirmation email:
You can add your nonprofit's colors in Website Options >> Branding. You can also use one of our preset color themes.
Next, add a cover page or use the Website Builder to add custom content. (Website Options >> Cover Page or Website Options >> Website Builder). This is a great way to customize your site and add all of the content you need. You can add text, videos, images, and data-driven components, like a dynamic donation goal thermometer.
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