Adding payout information

Givebutter makes it quick, easy, and secure to withdraw and/or send the funds you raise.

Once you add payout details, you won't need to add them again for future withdrawals.


Linking a bank account or debit card

Direct deposit to your bank account or debit card

Begin by navigating to the Payouts tab in your Dashboard, and clicking Connect.

In the drop-down window, select [Individual] or [Company] for the account type.

Connect with Stripe

Follow the Stripe prompts to set up your account. This account should be activated by someone authorized to sign on you or your organization’s behalf. If that’s not you, please ask the right person to complete this form. You’ll be required to add pertinent business and tax information (if applicable). 

At this time, we only support direct deposits for bank accounts in the United States. Click here to record your interest in payout methods for other countries and currencies on our product roadmap.

Date of birth and a U.S. Social Security Number may be a requirement for creating a Stripe account. learn more

Please note that there is a $3,000 limit per withdrawal on debit card transfers. If you plan to process over $3K, we recommend linking a bank account for uninterrupted direct deposit options.


Processing your payout

Once your bank account or debit card is linked via Stripe, it couldn’t be easier to request payouts going forward.

Payouts are processed for each campaign separately.

To send your available campaign balance to your bank or debit card, click Withdraw in the Payouts tab and then click Initiate transfer on the confirmation screen.

Ta-Da! Your funds will arrive in 3 business days. 💰

For more detailed information on how payouts work, please refer to this article.


Send funds directly to a beneficiary

It couldn't be more simple to send your campaign payouts directly to a beneficiary non-profit account on Givebutter.

  • You can now automatically redirect all funds raised to a verified non-profit Givebutter account.

To activate the beneficiary features, follow these directions.


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