Who is Network for Good?
Network for Good is a Certified B Corporation technology company that offers innovative fundraising and donor management software for nonprofits, plus the expertise, training, and support to drive successful campaigns. Since 2001, Network for Good has processed more than $2.5 billion in donations to over 250,000 charities through its secure online giving platform. Learn more at www.networkforgood.com
The Network for Good Donor Advised Fund is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization accredited by the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance, meeting all 20 of its standards for charity accountability. Learn more at www.networkforgood.org
Why am I receiving a check from Network for Good?
Even if you aren't officially registered with Network for Good, your supporters can choose to use our website or one of our partner sites, like Facebook or Google, to make a contribution to your organization. The most common reasons for receiving a donation through Network for Good are:
Please review this giving agreement as depositing the check means you have accepted the agreement. This agreement does not bind you to any of our products or subscriptions. It mainly confirms that you are a 501(c)(3) eligible to receive donations and that no goods or services were provided in exchange for the contribution.
Why are my donation details no longer on the physical check stub?
Starting in 2020, donation details will no longer appear on the physical check stub due to security reasons. Please register for an account here to view your donation details.
Why are some of my donations anonymous?
Due to Facebook privacy policies, users that are giving to nonprofits through Network for Good do not share their donor information with third parties. Read more about why here.
We would love to hear from you! Click here to request a one-on-one demonstration of our all-in-one donor management system and coaching services.
How can I learn more about Network for Good's fundraising solutions?
Click here to schedule a one-on-one demonstration.
Still have questions?
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