Account Types

Need help figuring out the difference between the types of accounts? We’ve got the details here.
Account Type

No sign in required

Description

Doesn’t require creating an account or saving any information.

Who’s it for?

One-time or infrequent users of the platform.

What does it do?

Search for Candidates and Causes. Make one-time donations.

What does it cost?

Nothing.

Account Type

Supporter Account

Description

Requires signing up and saving your contact information, but there is no subscription fee for this type of account.

Who’s it for?

Active supporters for Candidates and Causes.

What does it do?

Allows someone to follow campaigns and keep updated on these campaigns posts and events. Also, allows you to save payment information for repeat and recurring donations.

What does it cost?

Nothing.

Account Type

Spark Account

Description

This is the entry-level paid subscription for Candidates, Activists and volunteers.

Who’s it for?

Candidates and Activists who are testing out running a campaign.

What does it do?

Basic campaign functions such as setting up an online profile, collecting donations, reporting, and posting updates. Canvas for campaigns other than yours. And, work on other campaigns as a team member.

What does it cost?

About 30 cents per day.

Account Type

Ignite Account

Description

Mid-level paid subscriptions aimed at Candidates and Activists.

Who’s it for?

Candidates and Activists who are ready to fully launch their campaigns.

What does it do?

Intermediate campaign functions such as events, tasks and notes, publishing to social media channels, supporter database and a targeted voter file.

What does it cost?

About $1 per day.

Account Type

Catch Fire Account

Description

Highest level subscription for Activists and Candidates.

Who’s it for?

Candidates and Activists who are ready for a complete campaign.

What does it do?

Advanced campaign functions such as access to email, canvassing module and team member accounts.

What does it cost?

About $1.30 per day.