Now for the best part, getting your money!

When your team has $100 available in your FlipGive account, you can make a payment request. We'll cut your team a check as often as you need!

Submitting your Payment Information

  1. Click on the 'Funds' tab on your Team page, followed by the 'Withdraw Funds' button. 

2.  You will be presented a form. The details in this form let us know who to make the check out to, and where to send it.

3. Once submitted, the payment information will need to be manually reviewed by our Customer Success Team. You must have your information approved BEFORE you can make a withdraw request.

4. You will receive an e-mail stating that we have approved your payment information. 

Make sure to review the payment information is still accurate before clicking the 'Withdraw Funds' button. There is a $40 charge for cancelling and reissuing a check. If changes need to be made to your payment information, please contact [email protected]

Making a Payment Request

Once your information has been approved and you are ready to withdraw, you may do so by going back to the 'Funds' tab, followed by clicking the 'Withdraw Funds' button. This will take you to a payment summary page.

Make sure to review the payment information is still accurate before clicking the 'Withdraw Funds' button. There is a $40 charge for cancelling and reissuing a check. If changes need to be made to your payment information, please contact [email protected]

What forms of payment do you offer?

a) E-check via email (you will receive payment within 5 business days of your request). **Not available for Canadian fundraisers
b) Traditional paper check via postage mail (you will receive payment within 10 business days of your request for traditional checks sent by postage.

Why are the funds not made available immediately for withdrawal?

To prevent fraud, there is a holding period is to ensure users cannot make a purchase, receive credit from FlipGive, withdraw the funds raised, and then return their initial purchase. 


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