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The basic structure

The below diagram shows a simplified version of how fundraisers, events, teams, projects and events interact.



About projects and charities

To help you understand the above diagram, here are some general rules on how charities, projects and fundraiser are organised.

A fundraiser has to belong to one specific project.
A project has to belong to one charity.
A fundraiser can only belong to one project and one charity.
A fundraiser can never change charity/project.
Projects show the total collected amount of all the fundraiser beneath it.
Charities show the total collected amount of all the projects beneath it.
Fundraisers are user created, projects are created by charity admins.

And below are some general rules on how events, teams and fundraiser are organised.

A fundraiser can belong to one event at any given time.
A fundraiser can belong to one team at any given time.
A team have to belong to one event.
A fundraiser can change at any time team and event.
A fundraiser can belong directly to the event.
Events show the total amount of the fundraisers belonging to it.
Teams show the total amount of the fundraisers belonging to it.
Teams are user created, events are created by charity/site admins.

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