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.
As the industry leader in Giving Day technology, we get asked a lot of questions. The most common being, “Why should I run a Giving Day?” In our five years of experience providing support to Giving Day hosts, we have found that there is not just one answer to this question that strikes a chord with every organization. There are countless reasons why an online day of giving is beneficial and many of these answers are as unique as your organization.
Hospital fundraising is getting more attention following the COVID-19 pandemic and with good reason. With the increased need for expensive medical equipment like respirators and the decline of elective surgeries, hospitals throughout the United States are struggling.
GivingTuesday 2020 is fast approaching and it is more critical than ever for organizations to have a safe and effective way to fundraise online. Whether your organization has always leveraged GivingTuesday, or if it’s your first year participating, new trends and strategies will need to be leveraged as we kick off this time of year-end giving.
Having a donate button on your nonprofit’s Facebook page seems like a simple way to bring in more donations. However, there are details about this feature that every nonprofit organization should know about.
As we enter into times of uncertainty, it is critical that we adapt to new needs that the nonprofit sector is facing. When a crisis occurs, such as the outbreak of COVID-19, it is imperative that we take this time to come together and develop relief strategies that can be put in place to continue generating funds for your mission.