What's the difference between an Individual Campaign and a Group Campaign?

Individual Campaigns are team or athlete specific. For example, a high school girls soccer team could launch an Individual Campaign for their entire season or for one specific game. Check out this example of an Individual Campaign.

Group Campaigns are nonprofit organization or school specific. The Group Campaign feature allows an organization or school to recruit more than one team or athlete to launch a campaign from their Group Campaign page. It also acts as the main landing page for promoting a new fundraising program while displaying all the teams and athletes in one spot. For example, a nonprofit with connections to teams or athletes could use the Group Campaign feature to highlight all of the teams they work with. Check out this example of a Group Campaign for a nonprofit.

Additionally, an athletic director could set up a Group Campaign to keep track of how fundraising progress for all the team sports at their school.

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