Campaign Overview

Add a title, description, target and event details

This section covers key elements of your Campaign including if there is a specific event associated with your Campaign. The title, target, and description are what will appear in our search results and what people will see at first glance. Including a target is a fantastic way to make the Campaign Page more visual, and we know that pages with a target go on to raise more on average.

Don’t forget to personalize your Donor thank you message. It’s an opportunity to let all donors know about the work you do.

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Fiona Kelly

Customer Success Manager

"Every Campaign should have a clear objective; it’s
important that this aim is clear, and the message is
included when creating your JustGiving Campaign."

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Campaign Branding

Set logos, colours and background for your Campaign

This section contains simple steps to make sure your JustGiving Campaign aligns with your charity’s branding and mission. Add your charity logo so it will appear on your Campaign as well as on your supporters’ Fundraising Pages. In the colour settings, a color hex code is a way of specifying a colour to make sure you can really make your charity’s branding stand out. To optimize your branding, add a background image that’s either a repeating pattern or a zoomed out image, avoid text in this image.

“To include your brand colour, you have to know the Hex Code. I find using this link really helpful! All you have to do it select the colour picker and click on your brand colour to find out what your Hex code is.”

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Annabel Jones

Visual Designer

Campaign Landing Page

Add cover photo, story and video to your Campaign

This section is where you can really take your Campaign to the next level. Here you have 2,000 characters (not words) to tell the story of your Campaign, try to keep it engaging and short. Use titles, headers or bullet points to help break out the story or insert images to help tell your story. Can you include a ‘shopping list’ of examples of what different amounts would cover for your charity? Why not embed a video?

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Annabel Jones

Visual Designer

"Your cover photo is arguably the most important part of the page. My tip? Don’t include small text in this photo, adding the name of your Campaign could work well – especially if you’ve got a designer helping you with it!”

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Fundraising Pages Content

Define default content and targets for Fundraisers’ Pages

Here you can set the Fundraising Page contents that will appear automatically when someone creates a new Fundraising Page for your Campaign. This allows you to control the messaging and guide the fundraising goals for all of your supporters. The default cover photo and story uploaded here will appear on each Fundraising Page, make it something that represents your charity.

“It’s good to know that these settings will not be applied to In Memory pages or existing Fundraising pages, and the fundraisers can change these at any time.”

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Fiona Kelly

Customer Success Manager

Schedule or Publish?

Publish your Campaign now or schedule it to go live at a later date

The final step is simple, its time for you to create the allimportant Campaign link. This is the address that will appear on the internet for the general public. Remember that this text cannot be changed after your Campaign is published! Don’t forget to select Preview in the top right hand corner to spot typos, repetition and check that all images look perfect!

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