Automated sharing is one of the best and fastest ways to meet your fundraising campaign goals without spending hours and hours doing 1-1 outreach. And it couldn't be simpler to set up!

Set up automated invites

First, log in to your Givebutter account. Then go to your Team Member campaign page. If you aren’t sure where to find this, check out our guide on how to find your campaign URL/ link.

  1. Select SHARE & Manage.

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  2. Click on INVITE DONORS.

  3. Add the name and email or phone number of the person you're requesting a donation from.

  4. Click SEND.

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Givebutter immediately sends a text or email on your behalf inviting the recipient to donate to your campaign!

Once you have invited someone, their information will appear under Previous Requests. If they donate, the icon next to their name will display as a green checkmark.

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Pro Tip: try dropping in your own email or cell number to see how it works!

Sample donor invitation email:

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Sample donor invitation text:

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👉 FYI: Donor invite emails and text messages cannot be customized at this time. Let us know if you'd like that option; add your vote to this feature request.

Reminders, Notifications, and Tracking

  • We use intelligent link tracking to check if the invitee converts and donates to your campaign, and if they don't, we'll automatically send them reminders to do so! (note: we send up to 2 reminders, 3 days apart each)

  • As a Team Member, you'll receive an email notification every time someone credits you with their donation.

  • You can see who has supported you by going to the Supporters Tab.

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If you are an Admin of the account, you can track your team members' participation by heading to the desired campaign, selecting the Team tab, and viewing the Invites column to see how many invites each team member sent.

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