One of the most important things your non-profit can have is a quick and easy way to collect donations. A PayPal donate button or link is my favorite way to accomplish this. Here’s how: Sign into your organization’s PayPal account. (Note that this will not work from a personal PayPal account. If you are using your
If you are a non-profit, aSmallOrange will provide a Tiny or Small hosting package for free. All you have to do is send the billing department a copy of your 501(c)(3) determination letter from the IRS. I also offer significant discounts for non-profits and animal rescues, depending on how busy I am at the time.
Every time a domain name is purchased, the registrar is required to collect the name and contact information, including the address, of the person who is buying it. This information is then made publically available online. I can, for example, go to a WhoIs website and obtain information about the owner of pretty much any website.
So, you’ve decided to get started creating your website! Congratulations! The first thing you need to do (regardless of who’s designing your site) is to sign up for a hosting account and register your domain name. Usually when you sign up with a host, you can knock out both processes in one sitting. For most business
Adding your pet list to your Facebook Page is one of the coolest features of your RescueGroups.org account. Note that this functionality will not work with your personal Facebook profile. What’s the difference? Here’s how to do it: First you have to create a Facebook App, which requires you to sign up for a Facebook
The requirements for getting a Petfinder account are almost exactly the same as signing up for RescueGroups.org. You need to send the following documents: A copy of your ADOPTION CONTRACT (not the application) A letter of reference signed by your primary veterinarian (on his/her letterhead) confirming that he/she provides medical care for the pets in
Establishing a RescueGroups.org account is one of the first things I recommend when setting up a website for your rescue. It’s simply the best way (that I’ve found) to integrate an easy-to-use pet list into your website, Facebook page, and (with a little tweeking) your Petfinder account. And best of all, it’s free! (Don’t have a
Taken from Facebook’s official article on the topic: Each person has one account and login information. Each account can have a personal timeline and manage multiple Pages. Personal timelines: Timelines are for individual, non-commercial use. Timelines represent individual people and must be held under an individual name. You can follow Timelines to see public