Donation Stations can vary in how they appear, how they communicate, and how they receive funds. Donation Stations are often tables or areas in which an organization fundraises for a specific cause. They’re used by organization fundraisers in an effort to encourage giving in their community. Offering a Donation Station extends a Giving Day or campaign in partnership with online fundraising which allows new and existing supporters to engage in different, rewarding ways.
Is your nonprofit looking for ways to maximize impact through online fundraising efforts and to increase incoming donations?
Most people today don’t know that only three percent of GDP is online. That’s why we’re excited to join the Stripe Partner Program to increase internet commerce, and in our case help nonprofits start, run, and scale their organizations through online fundraising.
This past #GivingTuesday, it was brought to our attention that some of the participating nonprofits that served rural communities had supporters who were less inclined to give online.
Online fundraising requires a lot of online engagement in order to be really successful. This is especially true for Giving Days, which are for the most part entirely fueled by online activity.
To help you engage with your supporters for such an event, we’ve compiled five everyday items you can use to get you started.
This blog post is provided by live-streaming influencer, Chris Strub.
On September 14, 2017, I had the opportunity to join the Community Foundation of Louisville for their record-setting ‘Give For Good Louisville’ Day, where we raised more than $4.6 million through the GiveGab platform.
One of our most highly raved about GiveGab features is our seamless, secure, and simple donation form.