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Revision as of 23:00, 25 May 2010

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Personal campaign profiles

Personal campaign profiles are an excellent way for you or your group to raise awareness and funds for the Catalyst Grants Program, since people can donate directly from your profile. Once you've created your page, you can link to it in emails, blog posts, and tweets and encourage your friends and networks to donate and support the Campaign.

1. Refer to this example profile for reference. Feel free to use the text for your own page.

2. Register by creating a username and entering email address, first name, last name. You will then be able to create your profile, which will remain inactive until we've verified.

3. Send an email to development@creativecommons.org so we can verify your account. We'll let you know when your profile is active, so you can begin spreading the word!

Support CC button

Place this button on your website or blog and help spread CC.


<a href="https://support.creativecommons.org/"><img alt="Support CC" border="0" src="http://creativecommons.org/images/support/2010/cc-support.png" /></a>



Insert our donation widget into your blog or website. Learn how here.

Donation/wire information

There are three ways to give to the Catalyst Campaign.

1. Make an online donation using credit card, Google Checkout account, or PayPal account on the donate page.
2. Send a check, payable to Creative Commons, to:

Creative Commons
171 Second Street Suite 300
San Francisco, CA 94105

3. Send a wire transfer (recommended for donations USD500 or greater). For wire information, please contact melissa[at]creativecommons.org

One-page Grant Program / Campaign Info Sheet

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