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How do I request Admin Access to my organization to register for Everyday Community Giving?
How do I request Admin Access to my organization to register for Everyday Community Giving?

Gain access to your organization for Everyday Community Giving even if the previous admins have left

Katrina Grein-Topken avatar
Written by Katrina Grein-Topken
Updated over a week ago

Step 1: Begin the Registration Process

Head to the Everyday Community Giving website you'd like to participate in and click the "Register" or "Apply Now" button on the main landing page to begin the registration process.

Step 2: Search for Your Organization

In the search bar, type in your organization's name, and the search results will populate with organizations as you type. 

When the organization for which you'd like to claim access appears, click the orange "Participate" button.

Step 3: Request Access

If you are not logged in or are not an administrator on the profile, you'll be taken to a page where you can request admin access. If you see your name listed as an administrator, please first sign in at, and then refresh that page.

If you forget your login information, click "Forgot Your Password" to reset your password.

If you do not see your name listed as an admin, enter your first and last name, and your email address in the required fields. Then, click the blue "Request Access" button.

An email will be sent to all current admins to approve your administrative request.

What if none of the admins listed are still with the organization?

If the current administrators listed are no longer associated with the organization and are unable to approve your request, please send a letter to on your organization’s letterhead confirming that the current administrators on your account are no longer associated with your organization and that you’re authorized to take over that page. 

Please write into the blue chat bubble or email if you have any questions about this.

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