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Virtual Challenges

Nonprofits continue to raise money and engage supporters using GiveSignup | RunSignup’s free virtual challenge platform. The flexible platform lets nonprofits connect their cause to their challenge with all types of creative fundraising challenge campaigns – from number of steps to minutes of meditation to number of hours volunteered, nonprofits are finding unique and creative ways to interact with their supporters while raising money.

Test Virtual Challenge: 

This virtual challenge is on our test server, so you can test registering for, donating to, and submitting results for this virtual challenge by signing up with the following test credit card info:

Visa 41111111111111

Exp. date: 12/24

CVV 123

Learn more about Nonprofit Virtual Challenges at our Challenge Hub

Learn more about going virtual at our Go Virtual Hub

Configuring the Challenge:

Setting up your Virtual Challenge: Instructions

Configure Challenge Results

Crash Course in Challenge Setup Video

Nonprofit Virtual Challenges Webinar (August 2020)

GiveSignup | RunSignup Donations and Fundraising Help Guides


Other features and resources for nonprofit virtual challenges:

  • Facebook Fundraising integration -- GiveSignup | RunSignup is integrated with Facebook Fundraising, allowing your supporters to create synced Facebook fundraisers from their GiveSignup | RunSignup fundraiser page. Facebook Fundraising Help Guides
  • Donation Goal Cover Page Component: Display a dynamic goal thermometer on your challenge website’s cover page. Blog
  • Challenge Milestones and Badges: Create milestones for your challenge participants’ achievements (distance, tally, etc.). Then design and upload a custom badge that will show on their results page and in a personal “trophy case.”  Blog
  • Milestone notifications: Create custom messaging around the achievement of a milestone-- a great way to tell your nonprofit’s story as your supporters complete your challenge. Blog
  • Canva (free graphic design service, great for cover pages, custom badges, and more)
  • Maps: You can upload a map with a route to your challenge, allowing participants in endurance-related or distance challenges to virtually track their progress on a map. Here are instructions on creating a KML map file, useful for challenges with maps.

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