Cans for Critters Register & Recycle

Cans for Critters is a program where groups raise money to protect animals while learning a valuable lesson about recycling and wildlife conservation. Group leaders are encouraged to register their group and use our Champion Center to promote their group’s recycling efforts to friends and family members. Registering only takes a few minutes!

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Step 1: Build Your Group's Fund Page

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The following image shows how the content elements are arranged on your default fund page. As you work with the sections below, the corresponding section in the image will highlight to indicate where that information will be located on the default fund page layout.

 

Your Fund Page: Your Fund Page:

 

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Please enter one name per line. Seperate each name by pressing the ENTER key.

 

 

 

 

Upload a picture or logo for your fund page:

1. Prepare your image.
Images must be .gif, .jpg, or .png files. Files with a .jpg or .png type will be automatically resized to fit in a 225 x 300 pixel space. The maximum acceptable file size is 1.5 Mb.

2. Select the file.
Enter the name of the file on your computer or use the Browse button to select the file.


If unable to access browse button, press enter key here to launch the browse dialog..

3. Click the upload image button.


 

 

The Recycling Goal will display on your page and may encourage people to give generously to your group. The suggested recycling goal is 400 cans ($16) per person in the group. It is up to the group leader to keep track of individual progress.

 

 

The Group Description will display with the Group Name in search results found in the Donate section.

 

 

 

A group fund page that is private does not display in search results. Only those people to whom you send a link or know the URL of your page will be able to view your fund page if you mark it private.

 

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