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Formatting your Fundraiser/Charity Story
Formatting your Fundraiser/Charity Story

Editing your fundraiser and charity description to include formatting

Written by Venisha Simpson
Updated over a week ago

Are you writing a ‘Story’ on your Givey fundraising page?

We are currently working on providing easier formatting for your content. In the meantime please use this list of coding to help you include paragraphs, bold, links etc. within your Fundraising Story.


Use code <p> when beginning a paragraph. When you want to end the paragraph, use code <p/>


<p> Welcome to my fundraising journey <p/>


To make a word or sentence in Italics use coding <em>. When you want to end using Italics use code </em>


<em>I’m doing a 10K run!</em> = I’m doing a 10K run!


When entering a weblink to your content use code <a> and be sure to include "https://" at the start of the web address.



If you need to underline a word or sentence use code <u> at the beginning of the word and <u/> at the end of the word.




To make a word or sentence in to Bold use code <strong> at the beginning of the word and end it with </strong>


<strong>Donate Now</strong> = Donate Now

Line Break

To insert a line break between text, use code <br> where you would like the break.


<p>Place a line break underneath this sentence.
Place a line break above this sentence.</p>


There are 6 different types of headings. To create a heading simply wrap your text in the heading tags of your choice.


<h1>Heading one here</h1>
<h2>Heading two here</h2>
<h3>Heading three here</h3>
<h4>Heading four here</h4>
<h5>Heading five here</h5>
<h6>Heading six here</h6>

If you’re looking for any other types of coding, or need any support in implementing this, please email or you can find plenty on your internet search engine by searching for 'HTML code'.

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