Step 1: Go to your charity’s Facebook Page (must be Page admin). Step 2: Select + Add a button from your Page header, or if you already have a CTA button, hover over it and click Edit. Step 3: Select Donate through Facebook* to let people donate directly through Facebook (you’ll need to sign up for Facebook Payments).
Here’s How to Add a Donate Button on Facebook in 5 steps:
- Step 1: Click on Edit Page Info of your Facebook Page.
- Step 2: Add Nonprofit Organization in Categories Section.
- Step 3: Click on Add a Button.
- Step 4: Choose the Option “Donate”
- Step 5: Add Your Donation Link For the Facebook Donate Button.
Here Are the 7 Steps to Create a Donation Website:
- Create a donation page.
- Create a donation form to collect your donor’s information.
- Setup automated tax receipts and thank-you messages.
- Make your donation page shareable.
- Add a donation button to your website.
- Drive traffic to your donation page during giving seasons.
Does Facebook take a cut of donations?
We cover all fees for donations made on Facebook to charitable organizations. For personal fundraisers, payment processing fees are deducted and, in some countries or regions, additional taxes when the money raised is distributed.
Why can’t I make donations on Facebook?
We are removing the ability for Pages to use “Donate” call-to-action buttons that link to external websites. If you live in a country where Facebook’s on-platform donation tools are available and your organization has charitable tax exemption status, you can apply to accept donations directly on Facebook.
Is Facebook fundraising free?
How do fees work? Facebook charges no fees for donations made to nonprofits. For donations made to personal fundraisers, fees vary depending on where the money is being raised.
How do I start a fundraiser on Facebook?
Tap Live at the top of the News Feed of your profile or eligible Page. At the bottom, tap Raise Money. Select a nonprofit or fundraiser for people to donate to. Tap Start Live Video.
Does Facebook fundraiser charge a fee?
Facebook doesn’t deduct any fees from nonprofit fundraisers held through the platform— so for nonprofits, Facebook fundraiser fees are effectively zero percent. Yes, you read that correctly! This doesn’t mean that the fees don’t exist— but rather, that Facebook will pay them on your behalf.