The Profile Page presents basic information about your organization. This information is available in the 'About Us' section of your organization's fundraisers. Also, web search engines search profile pages on givezooks! so that new and existing supporters can find your organization.
You will need the following to set up your Organization Profile:
The organization name is defaulted during the registration process to the name that is on record with the IRS. If needed, you can edit the name here.
Each organization gets to define their own custom givezooks! website address. This address will be where the organization's profile and all of the organization's fundraisers will be located. You can choose any name as long as it is not already taken. Some suggestions are:
Note: There is no "www" in front of your givezooks! website address.
This is your organization's website address; for example, www.OurNonprofitOrganization.org
Inserting your Facebook group or page ID here will enable automatically generated status updates for your organization. You may change your Facebook user name at any time if necessary.
If you have a customized Facebook URL:
Inserting your Twitter user name here will enable automatically generated 'tweets' for your organization. You may change your Twitter user name at any time if necessary.
This field will default to the address that is on record with the IRS. You may change it here if necessary.
Tags are keywords that describe the Organization and help people understand the programs your organization offers and the people you serve. With Tags, more is more so include any words that you can think of that are related to your organization's mission and constituents.
This is a short summary of your organization. If you had to summarize your organization in one simple sentence, what would it be? This information will be displayed in the 'About Us' section of a fundraiser and in a search listing.
It's important to think about how you can repeat the Tags or keywords that you defined above as you write this short summary, so they work together.
Branding is important and this is another opportunity to brand your organization profile.
However, you can…
1. Choose a role oriented email for the administrator, like email@example.com , and choose a sharable password and share these credentials with colleagues ( Those with whom you share the credentials will have access to merchant service credentials.)
2. Assign/change 'ownership' of particular campaigns (from 'Campaign Setup')
3. With events, you can change both the 'event organizer' and the 'event administrator.'
4. For any fundraiser, you can add any email address to be copied on outgoing Thank You Notes and/or Transaction Notifications
Over time, you may want to change the account administrator. Here's how: