Setting up a recurring donation on Network for Good is easy. Network for Good's Web site features a Giving Cart - a "shopping cart" that enables you to make a single donation, multiple donations or a recurring donation to a variety of nonprofit organizations all in one visit. You will be asked to create a Profile for future giving, as a way for you to save your contact information and to store your donation history for future reference.
To make a donation, you first need to find an organization you want to support in the GuideStar database. To do this, go to the Donate section, and use the search tools provided; you may search by keyword, location, or organization name.
Once you identify an organization that you would like to support, click the Donate Now button. On the following page, enter the information requested, including the donation amount, frequency of donation, your donation preferences, your donation designation (optional), and your donation dedication (optional). When completed, click the Add to Giving Cart button.
On the next page, you will see your Giving Cart, which lists your donations. On this page, you may Change your donations, or Remove them from the Giving Cart. From this page, you may click to Make Another Donation or you can click Continue to proceed to check out. By clicking Make Another Donation, you will return to the Donate section, where you can conduct another search for a charity, and add the donation to your Giving Cart.
Once you proceed to check out, you will be prompted to sign in to Network for Good. If you are a returning donor, enter your e-mail address and password and click Sign In. If you are a new donor, simply enter your e-mail address and click Continue. Enter your billing information, as requested, and click Continue. On the following page, review your donation and billing information. From the confirmation screen, simply click Complete Donation to finish the transaction.
Once you complete your donation, you will be able to view your donation history, send an eCard or browse the Network for Good website.