With Funraise Events, you'll be able to sell Tickets online and manage your Event Registrations. If you're new to Events, we suggest taking a look at our overview of all things related to Events: Event Management 101.
☝️ After creating an Event and Tickets, you'll need to add your Tickets to a Giving Form to sell them online.
The most common question about Events is, "Okay, I've created an Event with Tickets, now how do I share my Event?"
Answer: Tickets are sold on a Giving Form. This means that once your Tickets are created, you can easily add Tickets to a Giving Form.
Create an event
1. From the sidemenu, click Events and select Events
2. Click New Event
3. In the General tab add Event name, dates, times, and location. Descriptions of these Event details are included below.
4. In the Tickets tab add and configure Tickets. Learn more about creating Tickets.
5. In the Ticket Email tab you can view and configure the Ticket confirmation email. This is the email sent to a Ticket purchaser. Learn more about the Ticket confirmation email. It's good to know that you are not required to edit the Ticket confirmation email, the default settings are sufficient.
6. After editing your Event, click Save.
Woohoo! With your Event and Tickets created, you'll next need to add your tickets to a Giving Form to sell them online. This allows you to sell Tickets on an embeddable form on your website, a standard Giving Page (the easiest method), or a Campaign Site form.
Event General Settings
The public name of your event. Event name is displayed on the Ticket confirmation email.
About the event
The description of your event. This is an internal note that does not appear publicly.
Event date and time
Event date and time details are shown on the Ticket confirmation email.
Event location details are shown on the Ticket confirmation email.
I've created Tickets, how do I sell them? How do I share my Event?
After your Event and Tickets are created, you'll need to add your tickets to a Giving Form to sell them online. Tickets are sold on Giving Forms. This allows you to sell Tickets on an embeddable form on your website, a standard Giving Page (the easiest method), or a Campaign Site form.
Our event is virtual but a physical address is required, how can we hide the physical address?
At this time, it is not possible to hide the physical address fields. As a workaround, you can get creative with the fields. We suggest including the city and state the event is being hosted from. For example,
Location Name =
Street Address =
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Postal Code =