Step 1: Go to www.OneMissionOneDay.org

From www.onemissiononeday.org click the "Apply" button on the main landing page to begin the registration process.

Step 2: Search for Your School

After clicking the "Apply" button you'll be prompted to search for your school. Once you've entered your school's name or EIN in the search bar, click the "Search" button below it. 

If your school has fundraised on GiveGab, click the "Participate" button next to your school's name. After clicking "Participate" you'll be directed to login to your GiveGab account to finish the application process for One Mission One.

If your school does not appear in the search results, don't fret! Just click the "Add My Organization" button to get set up and continue with the application process.

Step 3: Add Your School

If you clicked the "Add My Organization" button you'll be directed to this application form where you'll be prompted to enter some basic information about your school. This is also where you'll create your personal login to access and edit your school's One Mission One Day profile. You can add additional administrators to your school's account once you've registered. Once this section is complete click the "Continue" button.

Step 4: Complete Application Survey

After completing the steps above you'll be directed to the final page before your application for One Mission One Day is complete. Here you'll need to answer the required survey questions before finalizing your school's application for One Mission One Day.

Once the survey is complete you'll receive an email confirmation and automatically be redirected to your One Mission One Day dashboard on GiveGab where you can get a head start on customizing your profile. In the meantime, the Diocese of Wheeling team will review your application for approval - your dashboard will update with your "Approved" status when this is complete. Any questions? Reach out to customersuccess@givegab.com!

For tips on how to customize your Giving Day profile, check out our profile best practices here!

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