Incorporate Charity into Your Website
Looking for a way to encourage online giving to the visitors of your website? Here are a few options to consider:
- Network for Good - Link to Network for Good by downloading a Web banner and linking it to www.networkforgood.org. More information and banners below.
- Six Degrees.org - Encourage peer-to-peer fundraising by including a link on your site to www.sixdegrees.org. Users can create personal fundraising badges associated with their favorite cause, and place that badge on their own social networks and personal emails.
- Good Cards - Link to the information and ordering site for Network for Good’s gift card for charity: www.networkforgood.org/goodcard.
Looking for something more integrated? Visit our partner page to complete an interest form.
Link to Network for Good
Looking to offer a free opportunity for your website visitors to donate to charity via Network for Good? Simply download a Web banner and link it to.
Need instructions on how to add one of these to your own home page? Get directions here.
Are you a nonprofit organization looking to collect donations for your organization? Please see Network for Good’s nonprofit services page for more information.
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Directions for downloading banners to your computer:
Place your cursor over the banner you want, then right-click on the graphic (on a Mac: CTRL + click). A menu will pop up. If you use the AOL browser or any version of Internet Explorer, you will then select "Save Picture as" from the menu, name the graphic, then save it to your computer. The procedure is the same for all versions of Netscape, but the menu will say "Save Graphic as" instead of "Save Picture as."
You will then have a copy of the banner saved on your computer to publish to your website.
The following screenshots of the Network for Good homepage are available:
The following Network for Good logos are available:
Logo Usage Guidelines
Building a recognizable brand is an important priority for Network for Good, and logo identity plays a critical role in the effort. The guidelines presented here will help you to create high-quality marketing material for both the Web and print that represent the Network for Good brand.
The GivingPerson symbol and the Network for Good logotype, precisely aligned, comprise the Network for Good logo. It is the cornerstone of Network for Good's identity and the primary common element of all communications. To preserve the legal protection and market strength of the trademarked logo, you must use them correctly and consistently, according to the following guidelines:
- Display the logo and tagline only in the forms specified in this guide.
- Use the logo only in its complete form, always keeping the GivingPerson symbol and logotype together.
- Use only the master electronic artwork files.
- Make sure that the logo appears with the ® (registered trademark symbol) at the baseline of type.