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What is a Campaign?
At Flipcause, we use the word Campaign to mean "any action you want your supporters to take." A Flipcause Campaign can either be a project with a clear goal and end date, or it could be an ongoing engagement such as the General donation ...
Campaign Types: Integrated, Hosted Sites, and Menus
Integrated vs. Hosted Campaign Site On Flipcause, you have two versions available for each campaign you create: an Integrated version and the Hosted Campaign Site version. Before you begin on a campaign, it's always good to consider which versi...
 Campaigns Overview
In your Campaigns tab, you can easily create and manage fundraising and supporter engagement campaigns. Watch the video below for a quick overview! .embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width...
Active, Draft, and Archived Campaigns
In the Campaigns main area, you'll notice there are subsections for each Active , Drafts , and Archived Campaigns. This is to give you more flexibility in your workflow, and separate the campaigns that are ready to be live, campaigns you are...
Campaign Menus
A Campaign Menu allows you to display multiple Active Campaigns together, usually to be able to have one call-to-action that lists several campaigns at once. Most commonly, we create one called "Support Us" which lists all the main ways su...
Set Up Memberships
"Memberships" can mean a variety of different things depending on what your organization does. Most of the time, memberships are paid for by dues. Flipcause is designed to serve as a payment processing portal for those membership dues...
Custom Domains
We provide two options for customizing your campaign site URL: Flipcause custom subdomains  Fully white-labeled domain masking Flipcause Custom Subdomains Flipcause subdomains are subdomains of flipcause.com, in the format “https:/...
Determining Fair Market Value
Determining tax deductibility and fair market value may seem a bit confusing at first but, to keep it simple, just remember that all contributions to a 501(c)3 are tax-deductible. If a supporter is getting something of value, and they give the nonpr...
Chain Actions
Chain Actions is a setting that is useful in campaigns which have multiple tools enabled. (It serves no purpose for single-tool campaigns, so you can safely ignore it!) For example, in this 5K campaign, we want to make sure everyone who registers f...