In this episode of Giving & Gabbing, we chat with two members of our Engagement Team, Molly Heslin, Relationship Management Team Lead, and Aimee McManus, Sales Enablement Manager. Our guests discuss the importance of goal setting, ways to make your Giving Day stand out, and guidance on growing your impact year-over-year.
"I want to have a presence during GivingTuesday, but my Giving Day is scheduled for a different date. Can I still take part in this movement?"
Yes! You can still participate in GivingTuesday, even if your Giving Day is in the Spring! There is no need to reschedule your Giving Day to the fall; instead, you can take a fresh approach to what GivingTuesday means for your organization and community!
With GivingTuesday’s brand recognition and growing awareness, engaging your supporters that day is opportune.
In this episode of Giving & Gabbing, we chat with Meagan Given, Executive Director of the White Rose Leadership Institute, and host of Give Local York. Meagan shares her Giving Day story, highlighting her most recent experience coordinating an event that engaged supporters, both online and in-person, in meaningful ways.
The GiveGab team celebrated the inaugural Giving Day Spark Awards during the kick-off to the 2021 Giving Day Leaders Forum. Through a virtual award ceremony, six deserving partners were recognized for their commitment to their communities.
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 is the number one Giving Day and year-round fundraising solution trusted by community foundations, nonprofit networks, public media outlets, hospitals, and educational institutions of all sizes.
During the COVID-19 outbreak, Cayuga Health System partnered with GiveGab to rally support for Cayuga Medical Center and Schuyler Hospital. Cayuga Health System has been at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19, working diligently to keep their patients and community safe in a world full of unknowns. As the Hospital System’s needs began to skyrocket, their ability to plan for their in-person fundraising events was brought to a standstill.