Launch fundraising campaigns in minutes with beautiful, customizable and responsive donation pages that are as easy and satisfying for nonprofits to build as they are for donors to use.
A campaign page is not the same thing as your core profile. You create a specific Campaign Page when you want to fundraise around a specific occasion or appeal, such as Giving Tuesday, a walk-a-thon, or an annual fundraiser.
Our free, powerful and practical technology provides you with the tools you need for creating outstanding campaign pages that carry the right message and compel your visitors to donate.
Learn everything you need to know about Double the Donation: what it is, what it does and how to add it to your Give Lively donation pages.
Give Lively products facilitate fundraising during virtual events, campaigns and appeals. They can accommodate livestreaming, which is especially effective in conjunction with Donation Widgets, Live Display, Text-to-Donate and Peer-to-Peer Fundraising.
Just finished setting up a new Campaign Fundraising page? Want to run a test donation to see if and how it works? At the moment, it’s not an option. But there is something you can do.
This article contains instructions for nonprofit organizations about how change the default donation frequency — either "Monthly" or "One-Time. “ This can be easily accomplished at any time on your primary fundraising page and any of your fundraising Campaign Pages. For donors: please see "Before You Get Started" (directly below).
Manually add any funds raised in the form of paper checks or cash to the Campaign Page totals, including its progress bar.
Once a fundraising campaign has run its course, it makes sense to close it. The page will remain live, but it will display the following message: "This campaign has ended. Thank you for your support." Once a campaign is closed, it cannot be re-activated.