Here’s a quick breakdown of the different types of Mightycause pages and how they work:
Your organization page is the hub of a nonprofit’s presence on Mightycause. This page is connected to a nonprofit’s EIN and can be used for general year-round fundraising. Charitable fundraisers branch off from a nonprofit’s organization page on Mightycause, so you will need to pick which organization page to connect your fundraiser to when creating it.
A fundraiser page is connected to an organization page — it’s best used for specific campaigns, projects, or funds, where you want to set a financial goal, timeline, and talk about your campaign’s purpose and goals. Anyone can with a Mightycause account can create a fundraiser for a nonprofit. (And this type of page is what we’ll be discussing in this article.)
Events give you all the tools you need to coordinate large-scale peer-to-peer (P2P) fundraising campaigns involving multiple fundraising Teams, multiple solo fundraisers, or both. You also get tons of powerful, event-specific features designed for managing, monitoring, and maximizing impact.
Teams bring individual fundraisers together on one page. Ideal for organizing a group of people fundraising toward a collective goal, Teams come with a leaderboard for tracking progress among members (and inspiring friendly competition).