Fundraiser on Facebook offers a unique way to raise and collect funds from donors for personal causes. You can even donate to someone’s personal fundraisers. However, as soon as you consider contributing to a specific charity, you start receiving more requests. You can choose to stop receiving such requests by disabling its notifications. Find out how this is done!
Disable requests for a fundraiser on Facebook
Although the Fundraiser on Facebook activity appears to be an effective way to attract new donors, bombarding users with too many similar requests can annoy them. The best option in such a case would be to turn off the requests for fundraising.
- Open the Facebook App.
- Tap Menu.
- Choose Settings & privacy > Settings.
- Scroll down to the Notifications section.
- Go to Fundraisers and crises.
- Turn off Allow notifications on the Facebook toggle.
When you use Facebook to donate to a nonprofit, you can choose to make either a one-time donation or a recurring donation.
How do I stop Facebook fundraiser?
Open your Facebook app and tap the Menu (visible as 3 horizontal bars in the lower-right corner).
Next, go to the Settings & privacy heading and choose Settings under it.
When directed to a new screen, scroll down to the Notifications section. Tap to open it.
Then, under the What notifications you receive screen, tap the Fundraisers and crises entry.
Here, simply toggle the switch next to the Allow notifications on Facebook to the off position.
When prompted with a message, hit the Turn off button.
Hereafter, you won’t receive them on Facebook either via push notifications or email and SMS.
Similarly, on the Desktop version of Facebook, click the Your profile drop-down button, and choose Settings & privacy > Settings.
Select Notifications from the side panel on the left and switch to the right side.
There, hit the drop-down button next to the Fundraisers and crises heading, and turn off the Allow notifications on Facebook toggle.
Hope that makes sense!