Online giving grew 9.2% in 2015 (compared with 2% overall). 14% of all donations were from mobile devices.
Of those who engage with institutions via social media, 55% have been inspired to take further action.
20% of donors say they have given online as a result of an email (compared to 6% in 2010).
Our technology is easy to use and deploy, reducing implementation time and internal training costs.
We know that every institution is different, so you retain control over the process and wording at all times.
Our solutions will fall under your branding, so prospects will always know that you’re in control.
We’ll work with you to help you export data, allowing for seamless integration into other systems.
You can’t afford to be down for a minute, so we offer US and UK local time support.
Our dedicated team will help you to find the package and solutions you need.
“Crowdfunding helps you to tell more people about what it is you want to achieve and it can help to get more people engaged in your work as well as opportunities to be involved with other projects in the future. We’ve had 18 projects so far and 94% of them have been successful.
— Katherine Carter, Annual Giving Manager, University of Southampton
We have offices in Boston (US), Grand Rapids (US), London (UK) and Bristol (UK), covering every timezone. Our technology also accepts donations in over 200 currencies. So the simple answer is almost certainly.
Yes, we have a professional services team, internal and external, who are experts in implementing and running digital giving programmes. We are there to support you as little or as much as needed.
Yes. Although our main focus is Universities our expertise and technology can be applied to many sectors. We work with a number of non profits, private sector organisations and schools. We love new challenges so do get in touch to see how we can help.
Yes. Please get in touch to find out more information.
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