On July 11th, 2016, I had the opportunity to attend the #GivingTuesday Summit and hear from some of the best in the business, including the founders of the #GivingTuesday movement, created only a few years ago.
Giving Days tend to attract many nonprofit participants and supporters.
With Giving Days becoming increasingly popular, the number of technology platforms that host them has also increased. In this article, Aaron Godert, GiveGab’s Co-founder and Chief Operations Officer, elaborates on the importance of the technology behind giving day platforms.
I’m the COO and head of technology at GiveGab. I’ve been involved with the development of our platform starting more than 5 years ago and continue to be involved today.
The technology world is amazing and has evolved quite rapidly over the past several years. The advent of Cloud Computing from providers such as Amazon Web Services and Heroku, for instance, has made the rapid adoption of quality, full stack technologies not only accessible to everyone, but also much more affordable.
In the past blog series I talked about how online fundraising is about engagement, new donor acquisition and pipeline build up, and also a generational pre-requisite. Well, finally, in this last part of the series, I talk about the money!
In the past blog series I talked about how online fundraising is about engagement, new donor acquisition and pipeline build up. For every 100 new donors, maybe a few will eventually turn into major donors (IF you are lucky!). Well, those new donors will most likely be the younger generations who expect a different experience when interacting with your organization and building a relationship.