Frequently asked questions

  • 1. How do I start a fundraising campaign on GoFundMe?

    To start a fundraising campaign on GoFundMe, simply click on the "Start a GoFundMe" button, follow the steps, and create your campaign by providing details about your cause, adding images, and setting a fundraising goal.

  • 2. Is it free to create a GoFundMe campaign?

    Yes, it is free to create a GoFundMe campaign. However, GoFundMe deducts a small percentage from each donation to cover transaction fees.

  • 3. How can I withdraw funds from my GoFundMe campaign?

    You can withdraw funds from your GoFundMe campaign by linking your bank account to your GoFundMe account and then initiating a withdrawal request. The funds will be transferred to your bank account.

  • 4. What types of campaigns are allowed on GoFundMe?

    GoFundMe allows a wide range of campaigns, including medical expenses, education costs, community projects, and more. However, there are certain restrictions, and campaigns violating GoFundMe policies may be removed.

  • 5. Can I change the goal amount of my GoFundMe campaign?

    Yes, you can change the goal amount of your GoFundMe campaign at any time. Log in to your account, go to your campaign, and click on the "Edit" button to update the fundraising goal.

  • 6. Are donations to GoFundMe campaigns tax-deductible?

    In most cases, donations to GoFundMe campaigns are not tax-deductible. GoFundMe is a platform for personal fundraising, and donors should consult with a tax professional for specific tax-related questions.

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