Benevity Reporting is a powerful reporting engine that enables comprehensive, self-serve reporting so you can analyze all activity in your programs. During implementation, your Client Success Manager or a member of the Client Technical Support team will provide you with your Benevity Reporting credentials.
Receive your login details and temporary password
To keep your company’s data secure, you’ll receive your Benevity reporting credentials through a link that is only accessible to you. Follow the link to retrieve your temporary password.
The email will include where to log in, your login details, and a few instructions on how to reset your password. The organization is your company name without spaces, the user id is your email, and the temporary password is the one provided to you in the email.
NOTE: If you cannot access the link, email email@example.com and we’ll send you the credentials via encrypted email.
Log in and create a new password
- Go to https://reports.benevity.org.
- Enter your company name as the Organization.
- Enter your email as the User ID.
- Enter the temporary password.
- Create your new password. Password must include at least:
- 1 uppercase letter (a to z)
- 1 lowercase letter (a to z)
- 1 number (0 to 9)
- 1 special character (!,@,#,$,%,^,&,*,\,/,|,?)
Now that you're logged in, you'll be directed to the repository. From here you can access all of the stock reports under the Stock Reporting tab—all built for you by Benevity’s Analytics & Insights team.
You’ll also see any reports that your company reporting administrators have already saved under your organization’s name on the left-hand side of the screen. The example below shows “Sample Company” as the company name.
Reset your password every 90 days
To keep your data secure, Benevity Reporting will require you to update your password every 90 days. You will be prompted on the log in page that your password has expired.
And if you have not logged in to Benevity Reporting in the last 90 days, we will automatically disable your account.
Review your user list
To see who in your organization has access to Benevity Reporting, refer to the Benevity Reporting – User List Stock Report. It lists all colleagues that have access and what information they can see.
We recommend that you review this report at least annually. To remove users, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.