The team at Field Day verifies each nonprofit’s 501c3 status before they are able to create a profile on the platform. This means only registered 501c3 nonprofits are on Field Day.
In this article:
Because we're starting out in Portland, nonprofits must provide services in the Portland metro area. As Field Day expands, we will roll out the platform to other geographies. If you have a recommendation of where you’d like to see us next, we'd love your input →
Create a nonprofit profile
1. Verify that your nonprofit meets the requirements listed in this article
2. Submit a nonprofit eligibility verification request
We’ll reach out to you via email within two business days with the next steps.
If your nonprofit doesn’t meet eligibility requirements, learn how to create a Team on Field Day or contact us to see how we can connect.
How nonprofits work
To create a profile on Field Day, nonprofits must:
The IRS and National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS) use the National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE) system to classify nonprofit organizations.
Field Day does not host organizations coded as labor unions/organizations (J40), religious/spiritual development (X), or unknown (Z99). Political organizations are classified as 501c4 and are not eligible for Field Day.
Nonprofits on Field Day:
- Do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, size, socioeconomic background, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, or any other status prohibited by applicable law when offering services, programs, or goods to the community.
- Are in good standing under applicable laws.
- Are not from an embargoed country or on a watch list at the time of import and prior to donation disbursement (including but not limited to Southern Poverty Law designed hate groups, OFAC Non-SDN entities, AML and terrorism financing, financial fraud, human rights, arms, drugs, and weapons proliferation lists).