No one wants to skip nonprofit donations, but no one wants to miss the fun of fall break either. Can you have your pumpkin spice latte and drink it, too?
This week Givelify presented at the Faith Filled Tech Conference. Highlights include how church apps can increase church giving and engage parishioners.
Is your charity ready for nonprofit fundraising that’s easier than it’s ever been? The nonprofit beta testing begins on Tuesday, September 30, 2014.
The church giving version of the app launched on December 3, 2013, and within the first nine months Givelify users have donated over $2 million to their churches. Team Givelify is confident the results will be equally good for nonprofits.
Every day we collect the latest news and trends in mobile giving and release it via paper.li. We call it The Givelify Mobile Giving Daily. It’s timely news and trends in mobile giving for nonprofits and churches, and you can subscribe for daily updates delivered right to your email inbox. In case you were offline over
The nonprofit donations feature in the Givelify mobile giving app will roll out on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 to the first 100 organizations that sign up.