How-to: Get Started by Creating an Account and Registering Your Organization

Create and personalize your organization’s RallyUp account before setting up your first fundraiser. 

Before you begin fundraising, you’ll need to register your organization with RallyUp and confirm some account details. 

Create a RallyUp Account 

  1. Enter your personal information with one click using an already existing Google, Facebook, or Apple account. Alternatively, manually enter your own first and last name (not your organization name, which you will enter in the next step), email address, and password: 

  1. Enter your organization’s location, 501(c) status, and name, and select Start Fundraising

  1. Select Finish account setup

  1. Connect an existing Stripe or PayPal account, or create a new one:  

You can learn how to set up your payment processor by reading: How-to: Set Up Direct Funds. Once you’ve successfully connected your payment processor, you’re ready to begin fundraising.

Additional Knowledge Base Articles 

Before you begin fundraising, consider reading the following Knowledge Base articles to discover ways to reach new donors and raise more funds: 

Complete Your Organization Profile 

Consider adding your logo, a description of your organization, your organization’s website, and social media links to appear on your fundraising page. 

How Do I Add a Description of Our Organization?

Add Custom Branding 

Customize your fundraising pages using the available branding options for your account. 

Understand: Branding Your Account

Invite Your Team

Invite others in your organization to create and manage fundraisers. 

Add Users to Your Organization Account

Empower Your Supporters 

Invite an individual or business to run a charity giveaway on your organization’s behalf. 

Allow a Supporter to Create a Raffle or Sweepstakes on RallyUp for Your Organization 

Make Donating Easy 

Set up a Donation Page for collecting one-time or recurring donations on an ongoing basis. 

How-to: Create or Turn Off a Donation Page

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