Classmunity gives you the ability to create custom receipts at both the district and campaign level. Editing the Default District Receipt Navigate to the administrator dashboard and then to the “edit site” panel in the left sidebar. Click on the … Continued
This is an example page. It’s different from a blog post because it will stay in one place and will show up in your site navigation (in most themes). Most people start with an About page that introduces them to … Continued
Classmunity deposits the funds you raise through campaigns automatically into your District’s bank account(s). The Classmunity platform allows you to associate multiple bank accounts with your micro-site, providing you the flexibility to choose the appropriate account for each campaign. Therefore … Continued
Overview The Classmunity platform enables you and your authorized payment processors to record/refund/edit cash, check, and credit card donations. As the campaign creator you control who is authorized to record donations for your campaign (see Managing Campaign Donation Processors). Additionally, … Continued
1. Go to your school’s unique Classmunity page and click on the sign up button on in the top right corner. 2. Sign up for a new account using your school email. Make sure to select your role as faculty … Continued
Before a new campaign will become active, the campaign must be approved by an administrator. Once approved, your campaign will appear on the home page on it’s start date.
Overview Campaigns are the public face of your fundraising projects on Classmunity. Your campaigns should communicate information about your fundraising effort including: How the campaign will help your students Campaign funding goals Campaign progress Campaign rewards (optional) Campaign fundraising events … Continued
Managing District and School Administration Permissions What are Administrative Permissions? An administrator account is a user account that can make changes to your microsite and access parts of the administrative control panel. Depending on the permissions granted, administrators can edit … Continued