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How to manage your team member page
How to manage your team member page

Customize your personal details, send donor invites, and share your unique fundraising page address, all from your Team Member page

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Written by Sunny
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Peer-to-peer fundraising is an effective and fun way to raise money for causes you care about. Raise more for your favorite campaigns by adding photos, a story, and a goal to your personal Team Member page. Remember to share, share, share! πŸ“¨

First, you need to join the campaign you want to be a team member of. Learn how in our article about How to Join a Givebutter Campaign as a Team Member.

Once you've done that, it's time to personalize your page!

Add profile picture πŸ’

  • Head to your profile.

  • Select the Upload option underneath the round profile image section.

    an arrow points to upload

  • Upload your image.

  • Click on the pencil icon to crop or rotate your image if needed

Find your page URL πŸ”Ž

You can find your personal team member web address in a few different ways.

The easy ways

  • Check your email. Givebutter sends you an email immediately after joining a campaign with your campaign link.

  • Go to the main campaign page, scroll down past the main image, and click on your Team Member picture. Your personal page web address will show at the top of your browser window.

The tricky way

  • Head to your profile.

  • Under your name, click Edit Profile.

  • See what your Fundraising URL is. Usually, it's "firstnamelastname".

  • Once you know that, you can figure out your full personal URL by taking the main campaign web address and adding "/yourfundraisingURL" to the end of it.

an arrow points to fundraising URL

For this example, the main campaign is and our Fundraising URL is supportteam, so our full personal page web address is:

Customize your page πŸ“

  • Navigate to your personal Team Member campaign page.

  • Scroll down to the section that shows your profile image and name.

  • Select Share & Manage.

share & manage button

A window called My Fundraising Page will appear, which has several tabs at the top. We recommend starting with the Edit Page Tab.

Edit Page Tab ✍️

Any changes you make here will appear on your public Team Member page.

  • Edit how your name is displayed

  • Set your fundraising goal

  • Write your story

  • Insert images, links, and embed videos

  • Leave the campaign if you want to

  • Remember to save!

    edit page example

Share Tab 🎁

  • Copy your personal fundraising URL and share it everywhere! πŸ“£

  • Click any of the social media icons to share your personal page directly.

    share tab

Share button πŸ”²

You can also share your personal team member URL directly from your team member page!

  1. Make sure you are on your individual page. Check the address bar to make sure the URL has some version of your name or team name in it.

    personal team member page
  2. Click on the Share Fundraiser button.

    share fundraiser button
  3. On the popup screen, you can copy your URL, share your page on social media, or email your link directly to others.

share campaign popup screen

Invite Donors Tab βœ‰οΈ

Invite people to help support your cause. If you enter an email, the person will receive a standardized email. If you enter a phone number, they will receive a text message.

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.

invite donors tab

See below for a sample of a donor invite email and text message!

email example
sms example

πŸ‘‰ 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.

Supporters Tab πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦

  • Here you can see a list of everyone who supported you and how much they gave.

  • Hit the refresh button to update this information.

supporters tab

Sample page πŸ§‘β€πŸ€β€πŸ§‘

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