You may have noticed that we look a little different. We’ve made some big changes, but all functionality remains the same.
If you’re a church, charity or supporter, we hope facilitating fundraising and donations through your give.net page has been helpful. We’re driven to further innovate and improve functionality to enhance, deepen and grow your online fundraising experience. As a result, we’ve decided to move all of our domains under one roof: stewardship.org.uk.
What this means for you:
If you haven’t already set up your Stewardship ID and you’re still using our Classic Account, you’ll need to set up a new Stewardship ID. Just sign in to your Classic Account and click on the banner message to move to your new Account. Follow the steps to get started! Once you’re in the new account, all your fundraising and support raising capabilities will be found under the fundraising tab.
The URL that you currently share with your supporters has changed. You will be receiving communications shortly to inform you of this change. Once you receive your new URL/s, please ensure that you update your URL wherever you currently share it, e.g. in your newsletter or website. We’re putting re-directs in place to ensure that your supporters using the old link will still land on the right page, so please don’t panic!
Please note: these changes will not affect any regular support you’re receiving.
We also have new fundraising buttons for you to use. Please download these here.
We hope that these changes will enhance your journey with us. We’ll continue to keep you updated as we continue to find smart new ways to improve your experience and deepen your long term transformational impact. Whether you’re starting out or have years of experience, we’re with you every step of the way.
At 82 yrs old am unable to cope with new fundraising plans therefore I lreluctantly need to withdraw support to Delhi brotherhood and my sponsored
child unless can continue with direct debit as before., all seems remote and unlike the personal touch one is used to. Would like to contribute extra funding for current crisis by cheque or credit card if acceptable. Look forward to any alternative suggestions. Pauline