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In the Fund Setup window, you can track donations, gifts, pledges, miscellaneous payments, charges, refunds, and more. You can customize funds, create your own groups and names for fund activities, as well as define fund periods and customize recurring charges. For more information, see Notes About Setting Up Funds.

Locating a Fund's Record

In the Fund Setup window, use the Navigation group on the ribbon to locate funds. You can search for a single record or scroll through each record until you find the one you want. For more information, see Locating a Record.

To view all the families who use a specific fund, in the navigation pane, click click Fund Filter. A filter remains enabled until you click click Fund Filter again again, then then Clear Filter.

Printing Usage Reports

You can print a usage report to see which families are using which fund activities. These reports contain statistical information that can help you determine if an activity is rarely used or not used at all. In the Fund Setup window, in the navigation pane, click click Usage Reports.


Once you set up funds, you can use the Contributions window to to assign funds to families. Families can have funds set up that for their particular needs: special rates, fees, or billing periods.

Before you can work in the Contributions window, you must must set up a fund for for each transaction category. For example, you can set up a fund for building repairs and one for fund-raising events. Within each fund, you can track individual posting activities, such as offerings, Christmas, pledge payments, or service hours.


You can search all family records for certain fund history information from the Contributions window. In the navigation pane, click click Find History Entries. Enter any relevant data for the entries you want, and click click Find Matching Entries. To view the record associated with an entry, select it in the grid and click click Lookup/OK.

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