Event registration and fundraising in one
With ACTIVE Works, people can register online for your event
and make a JustGiving page in one simple step.
WHY IS IT DIFFERENT?
Your event participants can help you reach new supporters with instant sharing to Facebook.
It's easier for your event participants to create a JustGiving page, so you'll get more people raising money online.
There's no need to chase people to create a JustGiving page. It's all done in your registration process.
Supporters can start fundraising online from the moment they register.
Simple sharing to Facebook, helping you spread the word about your event.
People can register anywhere, anytime from their mobile.
Set a target, picture and video to appear on all your JustGiving pages.
Run off reports at the click of a button that track registrations and payments.
Sell T-shirts and other extras during your event registration process.
How much does it cost?
With ACTIVE Works you pay event registrations as you go - £1.00 per registrant and 6.5% transaction fee. This can be passed on to your participants as part of the ticket price.
With JustGiving, you pay £15 per month, plus a 5% fee on each donation (including Gift Aid in the UK).
How long does it take to set-up?
Register your details and our friends at ACTIVE Network will be in touch within 48 hours to give you a quick demo and create an account.
After that, it should only take you a few hours to get your event registration form set-up and ready to promote on your website.
Who is ACTIVE Network?
ACTIVE Network is a leading provider of online registration and event management. With over 12 years experience, they have supported over 200,000 charity, sport and business events of all sizes.
DON'T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT
"Only a few weeks after launching our event we can already see a considerable increase in fundraising pages."
- MND Scotland
"ACTIVE Network has been fantastic in providing us with a service we are unable to do in house."
- Teenage Cancer Trust
"When people sign up for a race and click the 'Like' button, it tells their friends they've signed-up. It's a great way to get the word out."
- IRONMAN 70.3 Vineman
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