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Creating a fundraising team

What is a Team Page?

A Team Page brings together a group of people fundraising for your charity on JustGiving. Your supporters get all the same benefits of having their own Fundraising Page on JustGiving - simple set-up, expert advice and 0% platform fees - plus everything they need to collaborate and connect their fundraising for more impact.

And when people fundraise as team, our stats show they raise more money. Every team member is likely to raise £36 more on average! (*)

Team Pages are useful because they are:

  • Open - Sports clubs, colleagues at work or a group of mates - anyone can create a team!
  • Flexible - Every team member can choose their own charity and event - and still all be part of one team. And if a team wants to be private and all support the same charity, that's possible too.
  • Motivating - Team Pages encourage a bit of friendly competition between team mates and other teams.
  • Branded - Your charity colours and logo appear any time a supporter creates a Team Page.
  • Supportive - Every team has a Team Captain so you can help them encourage the rest of the team.

How can our supporters create a Team Page?

We are currently trialing a new and improved version of Team Pages. That means you and your supporters may see a different experience depending on when their Team Page was created. We have guides for both versions to help them get started and running with all the team features:

For Team Pages set-up before 24th September 2019: Our guide to Team Pages can been found here

And for those set-up after 24th September 2019: Our guide to new Team Pages can been found here

How do I report on Team Pages?

There are four columns in your fundraising page report which you can use to identify the teams who are fundraising for your charity.


Column Name

Column Definition


Fundraising Page Team Name

This is the Name of the team(s) the page is linked to - If a page is linked to multiple teams, team names are separated with a ;


Fundraising Page Team URL

This is the full web address of the team(s) the page is linked to - If a page is linked to multiple teams, team URLs are separated with a ;


Fundraising Page Team Id

The ID of the team page the fundraising page is linked to


Fundraising Page Team Member Role

This Identifies if the fundraiser is either a 'member' of the team or  'captain'. The captain created the team page and manages it.

Find out how to create fundraising page report.

Once you have created a fundraising page report you can filter any of the above columns to identify teams and the fundraising pages linked to them.


* Source: Fundraising Pages connected to Teams created during a 12-month period (June 2017 up to May 2018)



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