What can I create a fundraiser for on Facebook?

Here is an updated post on what can I create a fundraiser for on Facebook? Interestingly, every Facebook account owner can create fundraisers for nonprofits or personal causes. The procedure on how to get that done is very simple.

In creating fundraisers, you'll need to take into consideration the Facebook fundraising rules. Some of the Facebook fundraising rules have been outlined in the latter part of this post
What can I create a fundraiser for on Facebook?
If your Facebook fundraiser has been set up properly, you can figure out how to promote a fundraiser on Facebook. See: How Do I Create Facebook Account

Facebook has a feature that lets you invite people to donate to a fundraiser. You can utilize that to promote your fundraiser straight up. Below are the steps on how to do a fundraiser on Facebook.

How to Create Fundraisers for Nonprofits on Facebook
To create a fundraiser for a charitable organization click here or follow these steps:
- Click Fundraisers in the left menu of your News Feed.
- Click Raise Money.
- Select Nonprofit/Charity.
- Select a charitable organization, choose a cover photo and fill in the fundraiser details.
- Click Create.

Note: Donation and fundraising features on Facebook aren't available in every area.

How To Create Fundraisers for Personal Causes on Facebook
To create a personal fundraiser for yourself, a friend on Facebook, someone not on Facebook or something not on Facebook click here or follow these steps:
- Click Fundraisers in the left menu of your News Feed.
- Click Raise Money.
- Select Yourself, Friend or Someone or something not on Facebook.
- Select a category. 
- Add a cover photo and fill in details about your fundraiser.
- Click Create.

Keep in mind that you must be at least 18 years old to create a personal fundraiser.

Note: Donation and fundraising features on Facebook aren't available in every area. Note that a personal fundraiser on Facebook could be a facebook birthday fundraiser. 

Facebook: What can I create a fundraiser for? Are you among the category of persons that wish to know the answer to the above questions?

If yes, believe you me, we have the answers packaged in this post for you and your friends. Do read the content of this article with a keen attention for optimum utilization.

Read also: Is there a fee for donations made on Facebook?

In response to the above question, you can create fundraisers for nonprofits and personal causes on Facebook. 

Nonprofit Fundraisers 
When you create a fundraiser for a nonprofit, you'll select the nonprofit from a list of available nonprofits. If you don't see the nonprofit you're looking for, you may not be able to create a fundraiser on Facebook for it at this time. 

Personal Fundraisers 
When you create a personal fundraiser for yourself, a friend on Facebook, someone not on Facebook or something not on Facebook, you'll be required to select a fundraiser category.

Personal fundraisers that appear to be intended to send funds to a country that is subject to comprehensive sanctions under U.S. law aren't allowed on Facebook. Always remember that you must be at least 18 years old to create a personal fundraiser.

Note: These features aren't available in every area.

Facebook Personal Fundraiser Categories Policy 
Personal fundraisers on Facebook must fall within at least one of the below categories:

- Community; Including neighborhood services, community improvements, and environmental improvements.

- Sports; Including equipment, competitions, and team fees.

- Education; Including classroom supplies, tuition, or student support drives.

- Medical; Including medical bills, medical treatment/equipment, or wellness programs related to medical treatment.

- Pet Medical; Including veterinary procedures or medical treatment for pets.

- Personal Emergency; Including losses after theft, house fires, or car accidents.

- Crisis Relief; Including natural disasters or refugee situations.

- Funeral and Loss; Including funeral costs, burial costs, memorial costs, or living costs for the bereaved.

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