The Atlas of Giving’s report informed (and for most, alarmed) the non-profit industry of a decline in charitable giving for the year 2016. Indeed, year-to-date charitable giving is down by 1.4% from last year’s. With a forecast of $486.92 billion in total giving, we should expect an increase of 1.9% in 2016, a rather shy number compared to the 4.6% increase of 2015.
Holding a fundraising event is a big investment, and when done successfully it can have a huge impact on revenue. On that same note, when executed poorly, your fundraising event becomes a missed opportunity to raise a substantial amount more for your incredible cause!
You and your non-profit work hard all year long to raise awareness and fulfill your mission for your incredible cause. Fundraising is an immense part of your journey and although it is not an easy task, non-profits are mastering it!
In the last few decades, technology has dramatically revolutionized the way we work, socialize and operate on a day-to-day basis and your fundraising event shouldn’t be an exception! Chances are, you are already using various forms of technology to create an audience and spread awareness for your incredible cause, and it shouldn’t stop there. What if our innovative fundraising technology ...
It’s no secret that sourcing the perfect auction items can be a challenge. Investing time and effort into acquiring your items is vital. After all, it’s one of the most important elements of a fundraising event and can dramatically impact the amount you raise for your incredible cause.
According to an article Charity Digital News published in 2016, the average charity supporter is getting younger, more tech-savvy, and expects the same level of customer experience from their interactions with not-for-profits that they’d get from commercial brands.
Givergy are renowned for helping charities across the globe raise more for their incredible causes through cutting-edge auction technology. However, Givergy have never shied away from an opportunity to physically make a difference. Whether it’s taking part in the Palace-to-Palace charity cycle ride across London to raise more for unemployed young people or climbing Kilimanjaro to help save ...