Building your campaign is divided into two sections, one for your campaign details, and the second for your campaign rewards.
You'll start by giving your campaign a name. This name will also be part of the URL for your campaign.
Use whole numbers, with no dollar signs or other symbols. If your campaign does not have a goal, you can leave this field blank.
The tagline appears on your campaign card in search results, and underneath the campaign title when supporters navigate to your campaign. It can be up to 200 characters long.
This is where the main body of your campaign description will go. You can use the text editor to add bold, italic, and strikethrough text, links, headers, block quotes, bulleted lists, and numbered lists. The curved arrow buttons are undo and redo buttons.
You can add images to your campaign description by dragging and dropping them into the campaign description editor.
Your discipline selection will appear in search results. At this time only one discipline may be selected.
Finally, you'll set the location of where the work will be presented. You'll enter the city, state, country, and zip code.
Once you fill out your campaign details, click save and you can move on to media.
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