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  • 1. How to make an appeal page
  • 2. What is an appeal page? An appeal page enables your charity to raise funds for a specific cause or project. You can track how much the appeal has raised in your reports. Making an appeal page is the same as setting up a fundraising page. This guide will take you through, step by step. Here’s an example of an appeal page: to make an appeal page
  • 3. Step 1 Find your charity • Go to • Type your charity’s name or charity number into the search box • Select your charity from the search results. This will take you to your charity profile on JustGiving. • Click the Raise money for us button. How to make an appeal page
  • 4. Step 2 Set up a personal account You now need to set up a personal account. This enables you to personalise the page at any time and receive notifications when someone donates. You need to use an email address that isn’t already being used for a separate personal JustGiving account. This is so your charity’s appeal pages are kept separate from any fundraising you might be doing outside of work. • Enter your email address. • Select Sign up to JustGiving • Create your account How to make an appeal page
  • 5. We need a bit of information from you to set up your personal account. Fill in the following: • Confirm your email address • Enter your charity’s name in the first name field and Appeal in the last name field. • Create your password How to make an appeal page
  • 6. Then enter your... • Address – Use your charity’s address here. Enter the building number and postcode, click Find address and select the full address from the list. • Click continue How to make an appeal page
  • 7. Step 3 Select your page type • Select Doing your own thing by clicking on the Personal challenge button. How to make an appeal page
  • 8. Step 4 Finalise your appeal page • Give your appeal page a name. • Select an appeal for a charity. • Leave the question regarding your charity’s contribution ticked as No. • Choose a JustGiving web address for your appeal page. It can’t include spaces - only letters, numbers and hyphens. We recommend choosing something short and relevant to the appeal. • Click on Create your page. How to make an appeal page
  • 9. Step 5 Personalise your appeal page Your appeal page is now live and ready to take donations. You can personalise it with photos, a video, a story, a title and a target. If you are not ready to do this now, click Continue. You can personalise the page at any point by logging in to your personal account. How to make an appeal page
  • 10. Step 6 Promote your appeal Now all you need to do is spread the word and let people know how they can donate to your appeal. • Email your supporters with the link to your appeal page. • Add a donate button to your charity website linking to your appeal page. • Publish your appeal on Facebook. • Spread the word on Twitter. • If your charity is based in the UK, get a JustTextGiving code for your appeal and ask for text donations. How to make an appeal page
  • 11. How to make an appeal page Help and support for you Need a little reminder of how to do something on JustGiving? No problem. Visit our online support area and you’ll find lots of helpful Q&As. But don’t worry, if you can’t find the right answer to your question, you can send us an email or give us a call: • 0345 078 2063 for UK • (02) 8417 3025 for Australia • 015530176 for Ireland • 05808 5289 for Hong Kong Visit