Projects Overview

Projects are the ongoing initiatives of your organization. REACH allows you to add any number of Projects and easily add updates, videos and photos to each Project. Projects can include a Goal Amount, have Sub-Projects and be associated to a Place (location), a Campaign and Sponsorship(s).

Here’s an example of how the primary Projects page could look:

Here is an example of an individual Project page:

Organizations can set up a Project for an orphanage they run, a community center they operate, a post program support program they staff, a college scholarship program they fund, etc.

Projects can include a fundraising goal amount, suggested donation levels, tags, contact information for Project leaders and can be associated to Places, Campaigns and Sponsorships.

Project Custom Fields can include any number of additional information you would like to include. Common examples are Project Additional Information and Estimated Completion Date.

The Projects page includes a list of Projects and their Parent Project (if they are a sub-project), associated Place, number of donations, the amount raised and the goal amount.

Organizations can click on Actions > Generate QR Code to quickly generate a QR code that they can use to digitally direct supporters to their main Project page.

The individual Project dashboard displays a snapshot of relevant information such as donations, activity, tasks and reminders.

Supporters can follow your Projects to stay informed. When an update is made to a Project that a Supporter has donated to or have followed, the supporter will receive an automatic notification of the update.


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