Political website design service OnlineCandidate.com is working with Raise
The Raise The Money platform provides campaigns with a streamlined way to start accepting contributions quickly and easily. The system makes it simple to collect contributions through a campaign website. Generated embed codes make it easy to add a donation form to a campaign website. Links to the contribution form can be easily distributed in campaign support letters, social media such as
"It's very easy to sign up and get started," says
Donation form customizing options include: recurring payment abilities, customizing contribution amount, creating or selecting terms, primary form colors, header images and background images. Specific fundraising campaigns can be created and tracked independently. The system automatically report campaign earnings from various fundraising sources and provides a simple export tool to generate the information required for the FEC or state regulatory agencies.
There are no setup fees, monthly fees, or hidden costs associated with creating an account with Raise The Money.
"We are pleased to work with OnlineCandidate.com," says
Users can sign up for Raise The Money's services through the link at https://raisethemoney.com/OLC14. Existing Online Candidate clients can sign up directly through their website dashboard.
Online Candidate provides political candidates and organization with affordable campaign website packages and marketing resources. For more information, visit http://www.onlinecandidate.com.
Raise The Money is an online platform that assists political candidates in raising, processing, and managing online campaign funds. For more information visit https://raisethemoney.com.
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