First click on ‘my campaigns’ to find your campaign. Select your campaign, then on the campaign page, click ‘edit content’. See picture guide below:
First click ‘edit content’ on your campaign page. Then ‘add image’, and add your image! See picture guide below:
Will this end the campaign?
Can I download it multiple times?
To do this, click ‘Deliver petition’. You can then click ‘Download printable pdf’, which will show the names and postcodes of all the people who’ve signed your petition. See picture guide below:
Start by sharing your petition with everyone you know.
You can also ‘collect signatures on paper’ through the ‘Manage’ section. Then you’ll be able to print petition sheets and go to the high streets or around your neighbourhood to collect signatures in person.
Another good tip is to write to people who’ve signed your petition and ask them to share it with their friends and family (to find out how to contact members, see the above question ‘How do I contact people who’ve signed my petition?’)
Social media is a great way to grow your petition – if you’re able to make a Facebook or Twitter account, that can be a big help!
But if not – don’t worry. You can still email your friends, family, and colleagues about your petition or print off paper petition forms. Keep reading for top tips!
Just click ‘Email supporters’ and follow the instructions. You can send up to three updates per week. See picture guide below:
You can send a maximum of 3 per week.
It’s unlikely that this will happen. It really is 38 Degrees members who decide the issues we campaign on and which are emailed out to other members. We get around 25 petitions a day set up on the website, and I’m sure the number of 38 Degrees members would quickly plummet if we sent out an email on every campaign.
The signature counter will automatically update as your petition gets more signatures – so please don’t worry, there’s no cap on the number of signatures you can collect.
It’s great to keep the ask short and concise, provide links to helpful sources in the ‘why’ section, and address your petition to the correct target!
The office team limits the number of categories for each petition to the most relevant. This helps the categories to have a clear structure and meaning.
Once people have signed your petition you can’t change the ‘ask’ – this is because the people who’ve signed put their name to a certain ask and it wouldn’t be fair to change it afterwards!
Yes! Just click Settings, then ‘Campaign Admins’. You can then email invitations to future co-admins. See picture guide below:
Not every campaign will appear in the list of petitions on Campaigns by You. This is so the office team can highlight petitions that we think will particularly appeal to 38 Degrees members. Don’t worry though – petition pages are still live and open for people to sign even if they don’t appear in the list. And since almost all your signatures will come from people sharing your petition, whether or your petition appears in the list will not affect the success of your campaign.
After you hand your petition in, it’s a good idea to keep your petition open. This way, you can get in touch with petition-signers to let them know what happens after the hand-in, and continue the campaign if you need to.
First go to Settings, then click ‘End Campaign’ and follow the instructions to write about your success! The office team will moderate your reasons for ending as soon as possible. See picture guide below:
Keep campaigning – don’t give up! You can start a new petition, or look for new ways to keep your campaign going.