Some places of worship operate in completely different cities while still belonging to the same body of believers. With Givelify, there is no need to maintain donation app accounts for each separate location. Instead, one can be listed as the main headquarters while the others are added as campuses.

Adding additional campuses can be beneficial in a variety of circumstances. Let’s take a look at some reasons why your place of worship should add additional campuses to your Givelify donation app account.

More Than One Location

Does your place of worship have buildings in separate cities? Do you want to have donations for both locations go into one centralized bank account? By adding additional buildings as campuses, you can ensure that your funds always end up in the same place.

Moving to a New Location

If your place of worship has changed physical locations at some point, the yellow pages may still list its location as the former address. When Givelify pulls this information, it can cause your organization to have two separate accounts at two very different locations. By adding the former address as a campus, any donations accidentally made to the old address will still be directed to the correct bank account.

Merging Duplicate Listings into One Donation App Account

If for some reason your organization appears more than once in the Givelify donation app, you should add the second listing as a campus in order to merge the accounts.

How To Add One or More Campuses

On your computer, visit www.givelify.com and log in to your organization’s account. Then follow these steps:

  1. Click on Settings at the top right of your screen
  2. Click on the Campuses tab
  3. Click the Add Campuses button and add any of the additional locations
    • We recommend that you also add any previous address as a campus to your main account.

All donations from these locations will now be disbursed to the same bank account.

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