GiveGab’s P2P Fundraising Suite offers many useful features that are scalable to suit the needs of your organization. The best part? ... This self-service fundraising solution allows you to easily and quickly spin up as many campaigns or events as your heart desires! (Although we do advise focusing on one campaign at a time so you can maximize efforts and achieve the best possible results. 😊)
#GivingTuesday is right around the corner, and it is more important than ever for organizations and schools to have an accessible and robust way to fundraise online! Last year, 4,051 organizations raised $20.7 million with GiveGab on #GivingTuesday. We want to keep this momentum up for 2021 as we support even more organizations fundraising on November 30.
This GivingTuesday your fundraising efforts and involvement were more important than ever. You downloaded all the resources, told your story on social media, and assembled a team of your organization’s superfans to rally behind you. You worked exceptionally hard to reach your goals and are already thinking of how to put these new donations to continue providing essential services to your community.
For the majority of nonprofits, you can’t afford to pause your fundraising efforts, even in the midst of a global pandemic. It just means you have to be more creative with your methods and strategies.
At GiveGab we are all about making it exceptionally easy for fundraising professionals to be great at their jobs. Apart from creating the industry-leading Giving Day platform, we live up to this mission by creating an extensive resource library including blogs, webinars, case studies and more all centered on fundraising best practices and trends.
As a digital fundraising partner to organizations throughout the United States, we’ve seen first-hand the quickly increasing impact the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is continuing to have on nonprofits and educational institutions.
It’s no accident that GivingTuesday is December 3. The last quarter of the year is when nonprofits typically see the most donations. Nearly one-third of annual giving happens in December, and 10 percent happens in the last three days of the year (people want to get those tax credits!).