Through our partnership with Network for Good, US-based 501(c)(3) nonprofits in good standing with the IRS can now go through a short application process to access an expanded set of charitable giving features while continuing to receive their donation payouts through Network for Good.
Some charities already receive donations though Facebook from a limited set of charitable giving tools. Completing the application process allows us to properly verify a charity’s status to give eligible organizations access to more charitable giving tools and features while continuing to receive their donation payouts through Network for Good.
Access donation transaction reports.
See Facebook Fundraisers for your charity.
Add a Donate button to your Page, posts and live video.
Facebook Fundraisers let people raise money to benefit your registered nonprofit on Facebook. Your supporters can set up a dedicated Page to share their story, tell others about your organization’s mission and rally around a fundraising goal.
Your supporters can now add a Donate button to live videos on Facebook. Your supporters can share their story, tell others about your organization’s mission and why they care.
Fees & Eligibility
Is there a fee for collecting donations on Facebook?
Charities on Facebook receive 100% of the money donated to them. Visit the FAQs.
Charitable organisations in these countries may be eligible for Facebook’s charitable giving tools:
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, United States. Learn more about eligibility. Visit the FAQs
Facebook donations to US-based nonprofits not enrolled with Facebook Payments are made through Network for Good’s Donor Advised Fund, a 501c3 nonprofit (EIN: 68-0480736).
Network for Good’s Donor Advised Fund is accredited by the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance and meets all 20 of its standards for charity accountability. Your donation is governed by Network for Good’s Charitable Solicitation Disclosures. Read more on how their donor advised fund works.