Nothing! Registered recipients of Stewardship can access give.net absolutely free. This includes building as many of your own donation pages as you wish and your supporters set up as many give.net fundraising pages as they choose too.
As with all gifts made to Stewardship in support of you, we retain an amount towards our administration, which usually comes from the Gift Aid that we reclaim.
You can update both pieces of information from your online recipient account with Stewardship. Click on ‘account details’ and follow the on screen instructions.
A give.net fundraising page can be created by you or your supporters and is a great way to raise funds online. A give.net fundraising page allows the page owner to set a fundraising target and add photos and images about their fundraising endeavours. It also allows messages of support posted back to them whenever someone makes a gift in support of your charity, from that page.
A give.net donation page is your very own way of collecting credit and debit card gifts online. It uses the same give.net process, but without the fundraising target, photos and messages of support. Once you’ve created your donation page you can link to this directly from your own website.
If you are a registered recipient with Stewardship, you can create both fundraising and donation pages from your give.net dashboard. You can log in to this using your Stewardship login details.
As many as you need. If you have multiple fundraising appeals running at once, you might want to create multiple pages to help keep amounts raised separate. Each of these could, in theory, have a different theme applied too; one for the church roof appeal, one for the mission fund, another for your Harvest appeal, and so on.
You can download and use one or more of our ready-made donation buttons to use on your website, blog or email communications. Just follow the instructions.
We’re also investigating ways in which you could quickly and easily add donation page details to other social networking sites, like Facebook and Twitter.
We will notify you as part of our usual weekly activity report to recipients, but we’re also working on a real-time alert system, so you can hear instantly when a page is created on your behalf.
Any donations from give.net pages will be distributed as part of your normal grant payment from Stewardship, along with any other amounts from our giving accounts.
You can view a breakdown of each payment from Stewardship from within your secure, online account.
Yes and no. We will always share the name and contact information of a give.net page creator with you. And, if someone making a gift on a give.net or donation page has given us permission to share their details with you, we will make this information available to you, securely, online.
If they choose to remain anonymous, we will only share the amount with you on your breakdown report.
As a registered recipient of Stewardship you agree to handle any information that we share with you in strict accordance to the Data Protection Act.