Registry for Good enables registrants to create custom lists of products they need while providing gift-givers the ability to browse and donate to local causes.
You can request access to an organization that has already been claimed by clicking the Request access to this organization button on the registration screen. The organization’s owner receives an email with your request and grants you appropriate access. If you suspect the wrong person has claimed your organization, use the Help form on the FrontDoor website - cybergrants.com/frontdoor/help Opens in new window to submit a support request.
Please select the cause that most closely aligns to your organization’s mission.
Our FrontDoor support team can help you add new chapters or locations to your primary organization record. We consult with each organization owner to come up with the ideal way to have their chapters listed in FrontDoor, please know that this can take longer to get them listed. Use the Help form on the FrontDoor website - www.cybergrants.com/frontdoor/help Opens in new window to get started.
To request a change to your organization’s name or address, use the Help form on the FrontDoor website - cybergrants.com/frontdoor/help Opens in new window to submit a support request. Please include the reason for the change and all the relevant information. Keep in mind the name-change must be reflected in the IRS Business Master file information for your organization.
To request a change to your organization’s administrator, use the Help form on the FrontDoor website - cybergrants.com/frontdoor/help Opens in new window to submit a support request. Please include the rationale for the change, the old owner’s information, and details for the new owner.
If you're an account owner, just click on the Add New User button on the Users screen. Fill out the form and a new user is automatically created. FrontDoor emails the new user a confirmation link and they can choose their own password to log in.
Users can customize their Registry for Good page by adding a cover image and a logo or profile image. This allows them to keep their branding and build trust in their organization.
Images that are either too large or too small will not render well on the registry page.
You could be receiving this error for one-of-two reasons.