As Black Philanthropy Month comes to an end, I reflect on how informal philanthropy is often overlooked – giving our time and talent, sending money to our motherlands and giving to our church. Rightly so, the likes of Bill and Melinda Gates, Warren Buffett and George Soros come to mind when we think of philanthropy.
We surveyed more than 400 faith leaders and 300 congregants to better understand how church giving has changed during the pandemic and what the future holds for online giving. Here’s what we found out.
The heart of our mission is to instantly connect people to the causes that inspire them to action. This begins with us and specifically, me. I would like to share the measures that we are taking to be part of the solution in ending systemic racism. The death of George Floyd has caused a myriad
Thank you to our partners and those who give using Givelify mobile and online giving. We can’t wait to see the impact we will make together in the future.
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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.