Daffy announced the launch of Daffy for Families. For the first time, members can invite their children and grandchildren to join them in their charitable giving. Once invited, additional family members can create their own profiles, follow charities they care about, and request donations.
Can we finally bury that myth that you can’t ask too soon? Research proves it’s just a myth. To improve retention, you simply must get that second gift from your donor as soon as possible. Those organizations that do that are ahead of the curve.
OneCause announced the launch of the new OneCause Fundraising Platform to help nonprofits provide a seamless, modern giving experience for donors.
Venmo introduced charity profiles, a new feature that enables PayPal-confirmed charities to receive donations directly within the app.
The Women’s Philanthropy Institute is launching Give to Women and Girls Day, a campaign to increase funding for women’s organizations.
Remember, in a down economy, recurring gifts may be the best way for donors to continue their support as they can afford smaller gifts. Donors want to continue to help. The more you do to let them know this is an option, the more donors will consider it.
Gated just released new nonprofit pages for every organization that its users choose to support. People who use Gated can support any one of 100+ NPOs (such as Doctors Without Borders, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Wounded Warrior Project, et al.) or request a verified nonprofit of their choosing.
Notley launched Rising Tide to power social good and enable nonprofits to grow operating revenue via no-risk interest income.
The survey shows U.S. Muslim donors are more likely to give to nonprofits that demonstrate greater diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Giveffect announced the Giveffect Software Grant Program to help selected nonprofits accelerate digital transformation and realize significant gains in fundraising and community building.