Since Instagram was released donation stickers in 2019, many people will use the platform fundraising tools to profit from good causes. The latter option will make it easier for you to manage fundraisers as a group.
Instagram noted that many types of offline fundraising are group efforts, such as bakery sales and charity concerts, and wanted to embrace that community spirit. After you create a fundraiser, you can add friends and family members. Click the share icon on the fundraising page and then the Invite group members option. You can then search for accounts and invite people to join.
So, the next time you and your friends and family decide to take a sponsored walk or perform a car wash together, you can all ask your followers to donate and share your proceeds. Instagram won’t take a cut of the money it collects – every penny goes to the profit of your choice.
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