Setting up your account to stream roles to LinkedIn

If you have a LinkedIn page, we can stream your roles to LinkedIn for free if you provide us with your LinkedIn Company ID.

If you don’t have a LinkedIn page, creating one doesn’t take long and will ensure your role is seen by thousands more volunteers. Read LinkedIn’s guidance for non-profits on how to set up a page.

Once you have a LinkedIn page, you will have a LinkedIn Company ID. This is a unique number - between 6 and 9 characters long - that identifies your organisation on LinkedIn. 

How do I find my LinkedIn Company ID? 

Once you have a page, your LinkedIn Company ID can be found on the LinkedIn website.

Watch our video below or scroll down for instructions on how to find the ID. 



To find your LinkedIn Company ID, following these steps: 

  1. Visit:
  2. Select the ‘Company’ dropdown.
  1. Enter your organisation’s name where it says ‘Add a company’.
  2. Select your organisation in the list and click ‘Show X results’ at the bottom of the list.
  1. On the next page, your LinkedIn Company ID will be in the page’s web address (URL). Scan along to the characters C=. Your LinkedIn Company ID is a long number after these characters. For example: if your URL is: then your LinkedIn Company ID is 673806.

How do I add my LinkedIn Company ID to my organisation so my roles can be streamed? 

  1. Login to Reach. 
  2. From your dashboard, click ‘Manage account’. 
  3. Under your organisation’s name, click ‘Edit profile’. 
  4. Under ‘Your LinkedIn details’, select 'Yes, please stream my roles to LinkedIn' and add your LinkedIn Company ID in the box. 
  5. Scroll down and click 'Save' to save your details. 



More in this section

Changes to how your roles are streamed to LinkedIn

On February 1, LinkedIn is introducing changes to how our volunteering and trustee roles are displayed on their platform.

Taking down your opportunity

How to suspend or close an opportunity when it is not currently available.

Posting an opportunity

How to post an opportunity, for new and existing organisations, and how to close them down when they are no longer available.