Network for Good makes it easy and secure for you to support any charity, anywhere online. We process donations from several places online including: nonprofit websites, this website, Capital One Giving Site, Causes.com, Crowdrise, Jumo, etc. We re-grant the donations we process and send the money to thousands of nonprofits every month. We are a Better Busienss Bureau accredited charity that meets all the standards for charity accountability and we have processed more than $800 million in donations since 2001.
- Why does “Network for Good” appear on my credit card statement?
- Where can I find my donation receipt?
- What is my Donation History?
- Where can I log in to see my Donor Profile?
- Can I change or cancel a recurring donation?
- Can I cancel a one-time donation?
- How do I claim my tax deduction?
Click here to learn about Network for Good’s giving system and Merchant of Record status.
Network for Good issues an email receipt to donors upon completing the transaction. Click here to learn about our receipt process. (Don’t forget to check your email SPAM filter!)
Click here to see answers to questions about the Donation History feature.
Note: since Network for Good supports donations through several sites online, you may not have a Donation History through our site. If you made a donation through one of our corporate partners (Capital One, Causes.com, Crowdrise for example), you may have a Donation History through their site. (See login information below.)
Note: since Network for Good supports donations through several sites online, you may not have a Donor Profile through our site. If you made a donation through one of our corporate partners (Capital One, Causes.com, Crowdrise for example), you may have a Donor Profile through their site. If you made a recurring donation through one of our nonprofit partners, click here to learn where to log in.
The short answer is no. Once the donation has been completed we cannot change donor name, address, amount, or recipient charity. Click here to read our cancellation policy.
Click here to see tax tips and resources. Network for Good provides this information for your convenience. As always, consult your own tax or financial advisor before making personal financial decisions.