Managing Personal Fundraising Pages

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ServiceReef is pleased to announce new functionality to manage personal fundraising pages.  

Just a few things you are now able to do:

  • Create a standard fundraising letter text
  • Set standard text to required or editable by participant
  • Allow users to edit their personal fundraising page
  • Require approvals for changes to personal fundraising pages

Learn more about personal fundraising pages and management here.


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