A verified campaign can help you build trust with donors and increase your support for the specific issue or cause that is important to you. Here are some guidelines to help you verify your campaign for authenticity
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Step 1: Defined Cause
The campaign should include a specific cause, issue, or problem that you are passionate about and want to address. Make sure that your cause is clear and well-defined so that potential supporters understand what you are trying to achieve
Step 2: Includes a Compelling Story
Your campaign's story is the heart of your campaign. It should be compelling, authentic, and inspiring. Include personal anecdotes, statistics, images, and videos to make your story engaging and memorable. Be sure to explain why your cause is important and how the funds or support you are seeking will make a difference.
Step 3: Submit the Required Documents
You may need to submit several documents depending on the cause you choose. These may include personal identification documents, bank account information, tax identification numbers, and proof of ownership of the cause you are supporting. Make sure you have all the necessary documents ready before requesting a payout for your campaign to avoid any delays or complications.
Step 4: Keep Your Supporters Engaged
Once you start receiving donations or support, it's important to keep your supporters engaged with your cause. Keep them updated on your progress and how their support is making a difference. Provide regular updates, share success stories, and encourage them to continue supporting your cause.
Step 5: Thank Your Supporters
Finally, it's important to thank your supporters for their donations and support. Express your gratitude and let them know how their contributions are making a difference. Personalized thank-you messages or rewards can go a long way in keeping your supporters engaged and motivated to continue supporting your cause.
When creating a campaign, there are several documents you may need to provide depending on the cause you choose and who you are raising funds for. These may include:
- Personal identification documents
- Bank account information
- Company/Organization Registration Document (if applicable)
- Beneficiary identification document (if applicable)
Make sure you have all the necessary documents ready before launching your campaign to avoid any delays or complications. The support articles below list out Minimum Required Documents and any Supporting Documents our team may request: