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. 😊)
As a non-traditional campus, The University of Baltimore developed creative ways to engage with current students and alumni online through online Giving Days. By hosting a #GivingTuesday initiative in 2020, and their first Spring Giving Day in 2021, the University of Baltimore ended a five-year giving plateau with support from GiveGab.
GiveGab’s three company values have always been Customer Love is what drives us, Team Culture is our Foundation, and We Walk the Walk. Every day the GiveGab team makes a conscious effort to embody these three values in everything we do.
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.
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.
After supporting hundreds of Giving Days on our platform, we have heard from our customers that what sets us apart from our competitors comes down to three simple things: We make fundraising Easy, Enjoyable, and Effective.
The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed every corner of society, from schools and businesses to families and friends. Nonprofit organizations have also experienced consequences from the economic downturn and the era of social distancing.