Endurance Challenges is a great way to bring out fundraisers' best effort by engaging them in an endurance activity to help boost their advocacy and, in turn, increase their fundraising. As part of the management capabilities of Endurance Challenges, administrators may set default goals for teams and individual fundraisers, respectively, and fundraisers and team captains can edit those goals to make them their own. For example, the administrator may set a default distance goal for all fundraisers at 100 miles, but the fundraiser, who feels they can do better, updates their own goal to 500 miles.
Fundraisers can set their own personal goal during registration (Role Registration only). Both fundraisers and team captains can update their individual or team goals, respectively, via their dashboard. As well, administrators can update an individual's or team's goal through the Admin. We'll walk through each of these options.
If a campaign is configured with Role Registration, fundraisers will be asked to enter an endurance goal amount when they register. This default field appears in the Fundraiser role, and can be configured to show or hide in Registration Builder. This is an easy way to encourage fundraisers to set their own endurance goal.
Endurance goals can be updated in the Fundraiser Dashboard.
Administrators can update fundraiser and team endurance goals from the Admin. To do so, follow these steps: