• How do contributions work?

    Funding on RallyMe is donation and rewards-based. The Booster may choose to contribute and receive Swag, or they may give just to help out. A Booster contributes to a Rally...

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  • How do I get my money?

    A Rallier easily sets up a funding account during the Rally creation process. It only takes a few minutes! One you start raising money, you receive contributions in real time...

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  • I'm under 18, can I run a Rally?

    Yes! While someone must be 18 or older to create a funding account through RallyMe, a parent, guardian, coach, or volunteer can simply use their own information to verify identity...

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  • Can I run a campaign for someone else...

    You can! During the Rally creation process, simply use your own information to verify identity. Many Rally owners will do this for a campaign centered on a rehabilitation fund, special...

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  • Can RallyMe be used internationally?

    Yes. The Rallier, or campaign owner, must have a bank account and reside in the following countries to use RallyMe. U.S. Canada United Kingdom Australia Denmark Finland Ireland Norway Sweden...

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  • Will you display foreign currencies on my Rally?

    At this time, RallyMe only displays funding goals and other amounts in US Dollars and Canadian Dollars. During the Rally creation process, you are prompted to choose USD or CAD....

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  • Is there an international conversion fee?

    Stripe, our payment processor, charges a conversion fee for contributions in a currency not associated with a Rallier’s bank account. The conversion fee varies, but it's typically around 2% on...

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  • How do I see details about contributions to my Rally?

    You will receive an email confirmation every time someone contributes ... and if applicable, details about swag chosen or purchased. To view detailed information about each contribution and Booster, including...

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  • What are the tax implications?

    Stripe handles transactions that take place on RallyMe. The IRS requires Stripe to file a Form 1099-K to report unadjusted annual gross "sales" information for US-based Ralliers who meet both...

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  • Is there a credit card transaction discount for nonprofits?

    Stripe, our payment processor, does not offer a lower rate for credit card processing fees for U.S. 501c3 nonprofits. In the U.S., nonprofits receive the same base rate of 2.9%...

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