Advice and answers from the CauseVox Team

We don't recommend admins set up personal fundraising pages for their fundraisers, since it's best they personalize it themselves! Once they set their own goal and put their own content on their page, they're much more likely to follow through to reach the goal.

However, it's really easy for fundraisers to set up their page on your campaign site. View our article How To Create A Personal Fundraising Page to see how they can do it.

However, you can do a few things to help make the setup process even quicker by:

  1. Setting up a default fundraiser photo (usually a logo) in case they don't have a photo of themselves on hand to upload.
  2. Set a recommended fundraiser goal, so they know around what goal they should aim for.
  3. Input a default fundraiser appeal so they have an appeal to work off of and adapt to best fit them.

For info on how to set a fundraiser photo and a recommended goal, view Steps #1 and #3 in this article.

Here's what fields a fundraiser needs to fill in to set up their personal fundraising page account:

  • Their email
  • Password
  • Photo of themselves (preferably something about 400px x 400px, as per our Media Guidelines)
  • Full name
  • Edit page URL (automatically in the format: yourorganization.causevox.com/firstname-lastname). The name after the foward slash is editable by the admin.

Once their page is created, here's how they can manage their personal fundraising page account.

Admins are able to create team pages for the campaign, if applicable, which fundraisers can join to fundraise together.

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